Pixie’s Villanelle


Murky was my soul, she came in like a sunshine,
We walked on a clone aisle, our lives were divergent,
‘tween my acumen and wisdom, she was the skyline.

Lost in her thoughts, omnipresent was her sight,
Falling in love with her perspicacity, wasn’t comprehensively intent,
Murky was my soul, she came in like a sunshine.

With the semblance of Aurora, on her ethics she stood upright,
Euphoria I experienced by envisioning her vignette,
‘tween my acumen and wisdom, she was the skyline.

Glorified in love once again, she was my aphrodite,
In a stagnant puddle of water, she was a ripplet,
Murky was my soul, she came in like a sunshine.

Most elegant of all she was, possessed a peaceful insight,
Take her name somewhere interstellar, all the stars would constellate,
‘tween my acumen and wisdom, she was the skyline.

At the end of each hazy day, talking to her was like a twilight,
Conviviality in my life with her presence, worthy enough to rejuvenate.
Murky was my soul, she came in like a sunshine,
‘tween my acumen and wisdom, she was the skyline.

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An Electrical Engineering student. Fond of Fictional and poetry works. Sidney Sheldon and Dylan Thomas fan. Believe in my acumen.
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