Light White

© Giorge Thomas
© Giorge Thomas

Gaze beyond the

Snow I see

As you drift down

Into my subconscious.

 

Little flakes

of white

Gathering

Swirling

Turning my mood

Until I am bitter white.

 

And the trees are less green

For it

And the grasses, too

And everywhere I look:

There I see you.

 

You swirl

And you curse

And you breeze past my ears

Whispering

Waiting

Hungry for me to implode.

 

And I do, I do

In this bitter white

Yet as you fall

I know I do not hate you.

 

Not hate, but I love.

Love, love, love.

It fills me

Swirls around me

Breathes past me

Just like the white

No longer bitter,

But light.

 

© Giorge Thomas

 

*** Published in The Mozzie Volume 18 Issue 4

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