Lost

Poem By Angharad Davies

Now I am lost
And the rain falling
Does not touch me
It falls around me
Bright,
White
Light.

I am lost and I shelter from
The storm
The leaves pulsate
With increasing anxiety
And I am drenched

I am well and truly lost
But I like it
All the dreams I ever had
Are mirrored like diamonds
In all who walk
Filled with rain

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