Northern Summer Fun (Day 6): A poem about Canadian Summer (Winter?)

It is Summer in the North It is dark under this Sun The flowers went to hide Because here comes: A wind that bites! I am missing a few pieces After going for a walk. I got left, just seven fingers Which is plenty if you write. Hug my soul before it freezes In this... Continue Reading →

Forgetting to look down (Day 5)

Once upon a life Stars lingered in their dust And Earth was made of solid ice. One day, we got a gift. We got a yellow Sun That heat up the Earth’s crust Which melted a rich soil under our feet. A garden grew in a backyard So did carrots, so did beets Oceans grew... Continue Reading →

The invisible mechanics of our love (Day 3)

Maybe, just maybe… What keeps us apart is is nothing else, but time. Maybe, we are actually together while still, a million miles apart. Maybe, our veins, are nothing more than cables connecting love between our minds. And maybe, the blood in them is feelings running through each others lives. Maybe, there’s is an engine,... Continue Reading →

To see each other again

We pushed geographical lines Drove mathematicians insane Sabotaged the weather forecast To see each other again. We played fetch with a beast To escape imprisoning chains We jumped from the tallest bridge to land with each other in bed. We scribbled over our paths Drew two rails and a train To get from your planet... Continue Reading →

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