You'll Say, Night

You'll say, night
And night will be

You'll say, day,
And the day will be bathed

You'll say, colour
And all butterflies of the earth
will come flying

You'll think, love
And the horizon will uncover
a hidden rainbow

You'll be, burning
And her skin
will be ablaze
in another city

You'll say, night
And memory will be shed
You'll say, day
And earth will become empty

You'll remain, silent
And rocks will explode
onto the moon

You'll pretend, not to see
And she'll be stuck
in air's throat

You'll say, night
And a sand-house will start
rising by itself

You'll say, day
And this body, gnawed by old age,
will be bared

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