Parting

Poem By Ivona Sophia

your hands
clenched into fists
ten fingers
on which there still lie
traces of my body

your eyes
with every glance
they sever my attraction

your mouth
softness of your lips
written in
a brick of words

a rainbow ripped in half
at two ends of the sky

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