Inertia

Inertia prose poem

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She stood in the fading sunlight
The leaves murmured ,the birds hopped,
The marshy land washed her smell
The passing wind blew away her tail.
She stood in the fading sunlight

Awaken by her thoughts ,now and then,
She stole a glance
Driven to a land of fantasy
She made her stance.
She stood in the fading sunlight

She questioned her existence
The vulnerability in her arose;
All her dreams seemed to be fading away
Even in her subconscious doze.
She stood in the fading sunlight

Shaken by the plopping sounds,
She held her aside;
His enlivened frame drew to her near,
In the pale and vague shadow of her fear.
She stood in the fading sunlight

Stolen in his arms,deep in his breath,She sighed;
Her broken arm hung to its place,
He took it with utmost care
As she smiled a bit less.
She stood in the fading sunlight

His eyeless eyes looked at her, her mind yearned for saying,
“I am nearly finished”.
But her soul, still dreaming looked longingly at the canvas,
He smiled, and so did she ,as the dusk fell upon the Magnus.
They grasped the brush and painted together,
As purity of the soul is the greatest treasure.
She stood in the fading sunlight…

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