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In a semi-dark night
I rewrite my life,
dipping the pen
in the light of the moon.

Aeolus was wafting strongly
through the castle of love,
among the rustling of the leaves
and of your hair
I let myself be captured by the blue
suspended between the rocks,
a cobalt blue,
traversed by the flight of seagulls
and by my mind
that, upwind,
was flowing towards you.

I kissed you with my heart
through the wake of the boat,
bathing the soul with beauty and wonder.

Bouganvilleas and oleanders
were skimming through crowded boulevards
the gardens were, timidly,
hiding behind the rocks,
bathing my lips with salt.

A window made its room
among the rocks, unveiling
the green and blue of heart’s places
where, emigrant, I return
with the sun in my soul
and the sea in my eyes.

Al di là del mare, Dialoghi DiVersi/Beyond the Sea, 2018
~ Anna Ciardullo Villapiana ©

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    January 2, 2019 at 9:31 am

    poesia stupenda accompagnata da un’immagine meravigliosa.

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