My Interpretation of Poetical Ideas, Messages, Information and Resources.

Purple breeze

After rain,
the breeze came running,
and caressed my cheek,
and said nothing,
the dancing shadows of trees,
the glittering moonlight,
and a red leaf had lost its heart,
the everlasting magical world,
full of dripping water,
and raging tide,
the silence of the night breeze,
a line of running trees,
verses of red roses,
and fragrant loneliness,
a touch of sadness had dyed the fruits,
purple,
a thousand miles across the autumn sky,
the breeze came.

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