That September

“I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair”— Pablo Neruda

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In the sleepless nights of thunder and laughter,
I craved the shape of your mouth,
where the butterflies built a rainbow
soaking in the solemn orange skies.
Tranquility glitters as my reflection
and my anklets clamour my tears.
Oh, the moon weeps, upon the last September
where I was here and you still a dream.

©My Valiant Soul


 

48 thoughts on “That September

  1. I am awestruck! This may be my very favorite of your poems. And you’ve written so many of them that I have adored. I saw the title and got excited, thinking “This one has got to be good!” You exceed my expectations. And I don’t think I’m biased because September is my fave month lol.

    Thank you for always sharing.

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  2. You’ve hit the mark again Devika,
    regarding romance and relationships
    as only you can.
    September leaves
    tumble down
    the street like
    broken butterflies
    she is the light
    that brings
    the rainbow
    to the storm

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  3. One can feel the close connection between the speaker and the subject. This ties in nicely with your previous post and is a continuation of those yearnings. memories are powerful entities, capable of taking us on this dream trips. Beautifully written!

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