Read Poem: Anthology of Fears, by Verica Mukoska

I see you again through words
word is our touch
and the rumble of a blank sheet
from a verse woven into your eyes
and wings spread out, and a scar that does not hurt
and will not hurt
all until I ink you.

All the pictures of this world
as if besieged by mad fears
erase my dreams
like invisible dust spread on your cheek
from truths
and pearls that dried out
from tears.

My yawl is now
but a black rainbow
flying through the narrow air
from atomic fears
and hopes ruptured
like rays torn from space.

The reflection is on the verge of the endlessly expected looks
from your secret promise of a single goodbye
which gives birth to insipidity through words
distorted by silence and fear
as a testament to silk lashes
as an anthology of fears.


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