Hidden

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heart torn in secret sufferings,

lips strongly formed.

sighing…

crying…

escaping….

unhappy poet, hiding

(Lino Robles’ reply to the unhappy poet hiding…)

yet each darkened night

in hours becomes light

is what I see in her eyes

as

I see my future in het skyline

lesson learned redemption is mine

when the tears dry from her eyes

P.S.

Thanks so much to Lino for this wonderful reply….check out his site….his one great poet…

10 Comments

  1. linorobles says:

    Yet each darkened night
    in hours becomes light
    is what I see in her eyes

    As

    I see my future in her sky line
    lesson learned redemption is mine

    Like

    1. michnavs says:

      may I include this one in my piece?

      Liked by 1 person

      1. linorobles says:

        Yes, absolutely i messed up on the first one the break should be as instead of yet. Thanks again.. beautifully written on your end!

        Like

      2. michnavs says:

        Thanks a lot for this…its wonderful..

        Liked by 1 person

      3. linorobles says:

        Thank you☺ for the wonderful words

        Liked by 1 person

  2. linorobles says:

    Yet each darkened night
    in hours becomes light
    is what I see in her eyes

    Yet

    I see my future in her sky line
    lesson learned redemption is mine
    when the tears dry from her eyes

    Like

  3. linorobles says:

    Yet each darkened night
    in hours becomes light
    is what I see in her eyes

    As

    I see my future in her sky line
    lesson learned redemption is mine
    when the tears dry from her eyes

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Anne Jones says:

    You are an amazing writer. ☺

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    1. michnavs says:

      Thanks a lot…it warms my heart

      Liked by 1 person

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