3 poems by M.J De Angelis

3 poems by M.J De Angelis

The Blue Hour

That Sunset

Because that sunset never came,
defiant silhouettes of crows in a dead tree
never denied the reddish gold ( or wasn’t it golden red? –
since it doesn’t really matter which it wasn’t? ).

Because that sunset never came,
the midge hatch above the timothy field
never lit and glowed and sparkled like floating fairy dust –
like magic cast to grant a wish.

Because that sunset never came,
I still couldn’t stop thinking of you
even though I wished to escape into brilliance.
I hoped you’d be left behind for the night.

 

As Another Day Broke

The swift moving river froze again last night.
I felt those flows – their hollow crack in the shivering black.
You, once again, were nowhere in sight.

Or did you watch from the far shore in the pale moonlight?

I was trembling when I awoke.
If you were awake, neither…

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