Amour

I washed my hair tonight
just for you to sink in its blackness
the night is our cover
hidden under her stars,
we drink the bitter sweet poison
I washed my hair tonight
just for you to play our song
attached to our most beloved comet
the evening news watched on a very blue screen
showed us how love is a tornado in spring
who cares?!
I washed my hair tonight
just for you

2 thoughts on “Amour

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    Iulia’s poem is somehow strangely affecting.The poem’s simple premise of “I washed my hair tonight”, becomes a leitmotif that encapsulates the possibilities and actualities of a meeting and a relationship. The contiguous lines , ” hidden under her stars, we drink the bittersweet poison ” work well as metaphor and yet given the Poet’s penchant for a touch of Noir, one can never be wholly certain.

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