The Morning Was Late

Poem By Ivona Sophia

The morning was late.
I didn’t even have the time to rub my eyes
Already woken by the afternoon wind.
I’m running to you
By the damp edge of the day
Between the dew drops
I spill words from my sleeve
Like magicians pull pigeons
And you sip coffee and don’t even glance
At how the sky above us turns blue.

Comments about The Morning Was Late

beautiful.. what a joy you are, Ivona, Sx


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