Kolt Kudray

(02/25/1988 / Palm Springs)

Winter Chill


The winter chill slowly
takes hold, in the morning
the sunrise is just as breath
taking as the sunset here
in the Desert.
The morning breeze kisses
my cheek, as goose pimples
rise, a feeling of loneliness
seeps in that is as chilling
as a winter night.
I gaze at the colors filling
the sky as the sun rises to
greet the day, the sky has
a purple shade to it.
Feeling forgotten and
left out. Left out of
Cupids plan. Rather
I feel as though Eris
has broken Cupids
plan for me.
I sense it may be a
long winter as the
winter breeze hits my
bones, and how the
Winter Chill sinks
into thy heart.

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 19, 2013

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