Subtle clause

Subtle clause short poem

You,
whom I’ve never seen
but always felt
from so very near,
who are you?
the unseen-
the unknown-
in sync with my eyes
you appear
and disappear.

When I am in pain
you come again, and
gently stroke
my forehead
or fondle with hair,
that motherly touch
or lover’s care.

This bond is uncanny
for our eyes never meet,
unconditional love of yours
comes with a subtle clause.

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Seeking an elusive love that holds out with a subtle clause..this poem would bring a sense of deja vu to many..love and its evanescent nature captured beautifully in words and expression

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Subtle Indifference

Subtle Indifference short poem

Like ashes stacked in a jar of indifference tightly capped to mask a stench so cruel from cigarette butts worth riddance- you caused me self decay and dismal. You put me out like those cigarettes in an ashtray of cares