Remember the City: A Poem
Blinking city lights like heavy eyes,
Capture moments underneath these skies.
I'll burn the imagery into my brain,
It's seared in neurons, memory without pain.
The castles in the sky rise like giants or even terrifying ghosts,
But the moon casts a hopeful glow, transforming them into flying hosts.
Come walk the lonely, cold streets by my shivering side,
We'll walk the fine line between reality and fantasy, in either a crawl or a glide.
As flowers bloom in peculiar places between concrete and grass,
The litter blows in familar patterns,the sparkling pavement reflects like glass.
Maybe we'll comprehend this strange, unnatural place,
If we turn towards home and keep a steady step of pace.
As we curl up with a warm blanket and a sentimental dream,
We will suddenly remember that life can be more than it seems...
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