Perception of Presence

by | Poetry

I place myself below your gaze

Choosing to see the figure of you

Through solid bars creating squares

Puzzle pieces of the scene I sit with

My favorite square in which I see you

An angel standing over us, head bowed

Wings back and statue of black

Yet no mistaking your guardian purpose

Ages of time resonate all around

From your side of the bars and from mine

How I choose to see, to distort and create

Bars and all, no hindrance exists

All is presence and perception.


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