Sun Faded

Poem By Sunil Vernekar

Rinsed blue and black, water runs clear, rocks small and
Her hair dark and deep swung back and forth,
her green dress velvet and

She ran over the rock and stone and shiny creek,
the sun faded
...I closed my eyes and looked up through papers
I held

My eyes spun with clouds white and blue and sun.
My glasses fell.
I went

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