Here’s an intense love poem by Anca that transcends from the personal realm to the universal and cosmic levels. A lyric with epic proportions, in Different Truths.
To meet me on the edge of the World…
There, where horologes grow their wings,
there, where distances ache our shoulders no more,
where the metronome dissipates our breaths no more,
and unbroken smiles do not grow…
The place… where… you cease to chase
The shadows of Worthlessness!…
To meet me where Eternity has lost its clock!
Where dreams live, unmutilated by tears,
so we can find each other
beyond banal bleached days
of senseless sceneless seasons,
where I may still taste the aroma of your morning eyes,
a Time and Place where I may cease to remember
how my roots were stolen from me,
and I may strive no more within the molasses
of mundane monotonous equations,
and require no more Mathematical solutions
of… this LOVE!…
I urge you to meet me
at the place where answers lose their questions,
with no maps or recipes to touch the Heart,
where words cannot shatter my hearing
and Time is not crammed inside a dusty lost note.
Meet me where the verb “to cry” is non-existent,
no walks on nameless maze of streets –
Instead, arched inside a hypnotic butterfly’s leap.
I drew my Eternity under your eyelids,
words lost their senses,
past the borders between our thoughts,
just an additional pulsation for you….
to love me, insanely, without restraint.
No more random rusty routines,
Only… the Mirage of our cosmic Co-Existence!
©Anca Mihaela Bruma
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Anca Mihaela Bruma is a Romanian living in Dubai. Her love for poetry started at 9-years. Performing as a gymnast, at 6-years, she registered in a public library. A BA in English and Romanian Philology, she published poems in various journals. She did her post graduation in business from Melbourne, Australia and taught business subjects in various colleges and universities in Dubai. The Oriental philosophies: Taoism, Zen, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Sufism, Buddhism, etc influenced her.