AUTUMN’S AFTERMATH / Poem by Eden Soriano Trinidad

 
Poem by Eden Soriano Trinidad
 
 
AUTUMN’S AFTERMATH
 
Seemed the Fall took a decade
Countless leaves have been blown away
and burned on the blazon fire of day
Crimson wiped the azure sky.
But today is a new day.
 
Gone are those days were we hid for fear
Unmask your face, and smile my dear,
flaunt the true color of your lips and cheeks,
Which had been mysterious for a couple of years
Let’s venerate those souls now in miseries.
 
YET, Best tomorrows have come,
Rejoining the past and what we’ll become,
Sad Games disinvest in human being
New millionaires bring forth a new style of living
A breakthrough for assured healing.
 
Glowing while relaxing in “Cchahari “
nestled in the lap of the hills Shivapuri.
Determined to replenish the lost energy
From new breezes that bounces off the hills
Of multilingual poetry and can’t wait to go for a holiday.
 
Copyright: Eden Soriano Trinidad-2021

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