Mistakes, After Sunset

By lupus tenebrae

The sunset fades,
and we're
lost in shadows:

I mistake you

for an angel, 
billowing in my
peripheral and you mistake

me for a man
attempting poetry,
in vain, faltering

in your line of sight. 

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Copyright 2014 lupus tenebrae
Published on Thursday, April 17, 2014.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

Day 17, of my National Poetry Month: Poem-A-Day Marathon.
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  • A former member wrote: Your a talented poet. I love your style of writing. I'm in awe with the ending.

  • A former member wrote: I like the way you have structured this it leaves the reader with a sense of voyeurism well to me anyway cheers

  • Intoxicating Delirium On Friday, April 18, 2014, Intoxicating Delirium (404)By person wrote:

    I love this... I kind of want more but than I don't. Perfect!

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