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Door and window

The northern wind ringing outside the window,

opening eyes,

leaves falling from the window,

dropping in front,

near and still.
The door had been shut for a long time,


the rusty bolt,

benighting the past,

not like the gentle streamer,

trickling slowly,

soft and tender,

who’s sorry now?

old horologe,

accompanied by the beating of heart,

dense wine,

mocking soberness,

cool, powerless and glum.
A burst of moonlight,

romance of the piano melodies,

coming from the distance,

beneath the whiteness,

red flowers and dark tamarisk,

it’s the light,

it’s melancholiness,

quiet paradise,

bidding farewell to the clamor.
A damp nook,

bacteria growing fast,

they are thriving,

occupying the dark,

when substances are writing their erosion,

the psyche is losing its guide,

black or bright.
A drop of emarald firefly,

devoured by the night,

fallen night,

a wound,

sunset has taken away the last dismal light,

twilight is snow,

morning is frost.
Curling up in a corner,

outside the door is the light,


ice-cold window,

gently calling,

the distant memo.
Standing up,

picking up sparks adrift in the night sky,

piecing together the residual belief,

door snickering,

window getting farer.
Clenched fists,

pounding on the door fractically,

an immense sound,

lighting up the heart,

the wind got in,

is the oxygen to survive.
Time is window,

you’re the door,

you’ve opened eventually.


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