Never-Ending Lullabye

Poem By Daniele Pinna

I sit and lie;
I laugh and cry;
I see and touch;
I smell and sigh.

I think of this;
I think of that;
I think of me:
I see my cat.

She sits and stares,
not asking why
she lives right here,
or why birds fly.

I look outside:
never-ending clouds;
I sense infinity;
I see a crowd.

People dancing;
people laughing;
people living,
but not asking.

I feel my watch,
it's ticking shy.
I feel myself;
I start to cry.

A second's up,
another too,
time goes on
yet you stay you.

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