Poem: “Ivy”

I took my first steps toward you
obsessed by the curves your lips did
I ‘ve sworn I would have cuddled you
for the eternity
but I stole a stethoscope
and I made your heart explode
I thought I had fired your shadow
but your dreams’ barycentre
is wider than my agitation’s core
I still love you!
I love you and I can’t tell 
what mixture Is my symphonic forgiveness made of

now the night is your tub
and you’re running towards the sun
to make it your summery cap
and to cover your milky sadness

I’ll spend my gears
to play to you the triumphal march
of good luck
because I’m your kisses’ brimstone
every future‘s magma
I’m your unstoppable advance’s



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