The Trick

Poem By Angharad Davies

Sometimes I can make myself invisible,
It's true,
All I need is you:

First, tie me to those words, you know I love to hear;
I will lisisten, spellbound then blur
Into distant echoes.

Now place your hand accross my mouth
I am silenced.
Press down on me
I sink into the grass, into the Earth

Look up to the Sky
See how those clouds circle and sway
All those individual colours merge into one

Now watch as I disappear
Watch, and I disappear

It's a trick you see,
But i don't know
If it's on you
or me.


Comments about The Trick

Great poem...nice flow...
Nice poem Angharad..

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