“Hide and Seek”


Clouds soaked with dense water;
heavy and gray, they’re blackened edges resemble halos encumbered of sullenest and shade.

I stay and endure, what has been owed for sometime;
but when I am gone I will be like a “thief in the night.”

I will take every trace of myself, no remains left from me behind;
not a crumb, not a shard …
...Behind the shadows of the moonlight is where I’ll be;
for those whom seek me who’s intents are to do nothing, but to cherish me.

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