The Web Poetry Corner - Philip Claude Andermann - Naked Eyes
Philip Claude Andermann
I walk among the city streets
To the café where we danced,
Where Salvador Dali had propositioned you
For the beauty your eyes painted: a cosmos advanced.
I had held you in my arms, heart a butterfly shaking storms:
Pressed to diamond in my heart, whose soft stars penetrated new forms,
You were a ballerina dancing to Law at the UN,
Your heart still danced in Cuba , with philosophy your yen.
I walk among the city walls
Where imagination had no walls,
Where fate did capture us in falls;
But where echoing freedom me still enthralls.
I see you in the silence, of all languages
Of all dreams to be spoken still,
With you hidden I dance and paint
The people’s sacred hidden thrills.
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