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Tenderness
(1953 / Tuscany, Italy)

Tenderness

Yearning for tenderness.
The one lost —It's so long -so long
Since..

The light delves deep in the watery
Unconsciousness of an unnatural essence,
Just to find nothing.

Longing for what went missing at some point
Somewhere, in the long journey, is a beguiling
Dead end.

Come what may,
Pushed from pillar to post —Worn by
The wrinkles on the forehead
Without destination,

Loneliness
Regrets what's gone lost,
Keeping its scent forever.





(Florence,2014)


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Tearing the soul and yet, beautiful scent of a past feeling....
Beautiful.the the longing for tenderness is so long... I can relate to that. Thanks for sharing
I am enamored by the simplicity of expression which turns out to be universal in its appeal. My sincere thanks to you, dear poet, for sharing this poem. It goes into MyPoemList. (No denying that it took me a couple of readings before I was immersed in its stream of solemnity)
Amazing poetry. I could feel every word written.
Loneliness Regrets what's gone lost, Keeping its scent forever. Im just scarred forever
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