Lonely

Poem By Sherylyn Knighten

Skirting copper colored halos
On the stained, sticky sidewalk
You swim through the haze
And the heat
And the thick summer-night air
Through your world
Full of shadows
And fleeting images
And intense moments
Of subjective morality
And you keep yourself
Invisible, invincible
Forever unreachable

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