I Lost My Identity Yesterday
Author: Karla Bardanza


I lost my identity yesterday
When I said all the words
I couldn’t say, when I saw
What my eyes couldn’t see,
When I let myself go and it
Wasn’t me.
And it was so sweet to
Find out that life doesn’t
Have limits…
Words whispered to my eyes,
I was flying among the butterflies…
I was looking for salvation…
I had no intention…
I just melted away between dawn
And a brand new day…
Such a silence enveloping loneliness…
Such a lovely madness…
Sacred waters, baptism of fire…
Our desire
Our souls...
Exchange of sighs
Before getting out of control…
And I don’t want to know
What is wrong or right…
I am sorry but...
You lost me to the night…


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Colin ( -- Wednesday, July 8 2009, 01:08 am

your identity and legacy will be...

your identity and legacy will be that of an excellent writer and poet.......
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