Unfamiliar Silhouette

Unfamiliar Silhouette

Your unfamiliar silhouette
Tickles the mind of this poet
Blocking the light with its blackness
Seen through the thin veil its strangeness
Who could you be, hiding, looking
Through the thin cloth you are watching
Every move, even my shadow
That you know when I’m in sorrow
I don’t know who or what you are
You seem near but far like a star
On a thin white veil like a scar
Covering the light behind you
Your silhouette can’t be passed through
Waiting for light to shine on you
Your unfamiliar silhouette
Be unveiled before this poet.

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