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Giorgio A. V.

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- braves amid the mists ignite


He knows the dance of lines at night,
and their expanding, wayward trip
the perils and the clipons' grip.

Convergent margins that unite
where once per life, lines sternly meet
to be horizons' incomplete.

Past scenes recite and years invite,
abstruse the ranges, lift and share
with precognitions' blue affair.

His dream abides on beaming light,
bike's thrust approaches distant knots
and his horizons' linking thoughts.

Where braves their destiny incite
as lines embellish roads' decor,
and scenes return to years before.

Defiantly his words indite,
what his third destiny perfects,
trajectories of skyward wrecks.

Where braves amid the mists ignite
their speeding dreams of years eighteen
and turn to woods of evergreen.

He knows the dance of lines at night,
convergent margins that unite,
past scenes recite and years invite.
His dreams abide on beaming light
where braves their destiny incite,
defiantly his words indite
where braves amid the mists ignite.

Submitted: Monday, December 23, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 09, 2014

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© G. V.12-23-2013, All Rights Reserved
(Iambic tetrameter)

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