Rebirth, poetry by Simona Prilogan at Spillwords.com

Rebirth

Rebirth

written by: Simona Prilogan

 

That evening dragged down my sense
Up to the edge of despair,
Since there was nothing to pair
Flame of the hope on my glance,
Darkness embraced hard the square.

Blood pouring pain to the ground,
Nerves staring eyes at the cries,
Crimes pushing down over flies,
Seeking my mother around,
Yet sounds of death furrow skies.

That evening shifted the lights
To the peculiar row,
Spacing my thoughts on their flow,
Breathing through grave over nights.
Silence, just silence to know.

Spring on its way to the Earth
Brought wings of angels to touch
Spark of the soul lost too much
Warring the hope. A rebirth
Shined through the light as none such.

Birds brought the songs to the mind,
Flowers were blooming with smile,
Hope hugged my faith, yet a while
Candles of love flare remind
Of freedom which leads us to life.

Simona Prilogan

Simona Prilogan

SEPTEMBER 2021 AUTHOR OF THE MONTH at Spillwords.com
Born in a communism regime, Simona put education and hope at the peak. She is a mother of two, who encourages her sons to dream beyond the limits and to act accordingly with passion. Through her work, Simona is trying to bring love and humanity.
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