Thursday, January 30, 2014

The World We HAVE To Have by May Sarton

 

In the evening we came back
Into our yellow room,
For a moment taken aback
To find the light left on,
Falling on silent flowers,
Table, book, empty chair,
while we had gone elsewhere
for hours.
.
When we came home together,
We found the inside weather,
All of our love unended,
And we give, in a look
at yellow walls and open book.
The deepest world we share
and don't talk about
But have to have, was there,
And by that light found out.



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