To Start A Morning

Poem By Sergio Calic

To start a morning
To capture her voice in a blossom
To define her existence with slow movements of morning shadows
To crack daily routine
To conquer the light just by shaking her hear
To be outwindowed from present during spell of her name
To start a morning
To be famously different in her eyes
To master the art of tenderness
To be spellbound with noises of her whispering
To lost completely and unconsciously in her arms
To forget world in one blink of her smile
To start a morning
To be loved under the indifferent stars
To measure the Universe with the wisdom of her doubting
To outgunn the facts of life
To start a morning

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