My Immortal Soul

My Immortal Soul short poem

Photo by Jack Heart

Ray by ray comes to greet me
The silver lining is a blossom free
In the ultraviolet garden of sea
As I look at myself, what will I be

Day by day goes and leaves
Like beautiful and colorful flowers
Fades into grey and finally dies
I lost the charm of my blue eyes

Golden pearls are dancing and shining
From your eyes red lotus is blooming
Turquoise sea and white sand is turning
To a dark lake while my sorrow is spinning

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