Night Parade: The March AwayTouring the carnival, how blue shine circus rides;
Walking under chains of evening stars we came to see.
I step alone a sky-like carpet; people line the sides,
When suddenly I notice that the spotlight is on me.
I'm breathing like a fairy tale crash-landed upon earth.
But should I learn a lesson from everything to come?
If that is all that growing means, how little growing's worth;
Yet I could not live regretting something I'd not done.
I sit amongst the watchers; just why render I a waiter?
I want their attention on the sparkle overhead.
Suddenly, I feel a tap- and he hands me a paper;
Suddenly the lights blast up, and their eyes all stop dead.
Twisting words and fantasies, I feel cold inside.
Why can't I be left alone; enjoy the carnival?
It comes once in lifetime, sure- this crazy, twirling ride,
But instead of my heart, mind and eyes now feel full.
I wanted to apologize. It's not your fault for this.
There's something I should say to you; something you should see.
Le JardinDearest; have I ever past been any more so smitten
Than with he whom I'm ignorant about?
Even be it ignorance, no less have than I written
For affection I could not live without!
Transition from light to low doth highlight his visage;
A strange love surely- certainly. I fell at the first sight.
Never could I say so, but emotional collage
Will true to me bring peace throughout the night.
Opals with a symbol cause an irreversed scar-
A smile that could evoke an epiphany.
Only voice so soft and smooth could hint at who you are;
And his walk was a regulated symphony.
Like a woman loves a man, admiring from away
Is the only way that I can see him.
No matter the timing- from tomorrow to today-
I saw him as above elusive demon.
A place so foreign that he fits as citizen unworldly-
The time it takes to sit is like a thousand lovers' seas.
If only I was able, I would vow to love him surely,
As I wait him serving me my hot coffees and teas.
The more I scribe about him, then the stronger he's wit