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dia mundial da poesia 2016

By Rui Serra All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

dia mundial da poesia 2016

venero esse veneno que escorre das palavras

e amo-as

e essa sua sombra tenebrosa

envolve-me a alma

que significados ocultos encerram

que sentimentos pecaminosos descrevem

por vezes não as reconheço

quando materializadas no amargo do verbo

alinhadas

em posições calculadas

tecem em verso segredos invisíveis

entre versos errantes

que nos trazem à tona os fantasmas das noites alucinantes

e é no poema calado

mudo

sem forma

entre a bruma

que permeiam as letras vadias

o espirito rebelde das palavras

que constroem versos

que corroem o espectro dos poemas

não mais reconheço

estas letras que formam palavras

no poema oculto

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