Alone In Cabot Square
Author: Pondering Red


spring came for a day -
sandals and summer clouds

then yesterday
the rains came -
shiny sidewalks
and colours of umbrellas

and then the snows fell
defiantly -
layering a dust of powder
on the spring trees

pigeons huddled
wet and cold-
on the statue
in Cabot Square

i started to click away
my growing anger -
i clicked away my rage

it was wet and cold -
but warmer than at home.
i dove into the moment -
this moment -
without you.

with every click
of the camera -
i went futher from you.

with every click of the camera,
i became more content,
with the pigeons,
and the falling snow,
in Cabot Square.


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