Dissolve (A Poem)


White-Grey clouds meld,
Across the vast sky.
Raindrops crawl down the window pane,
Seeping into the brick sill.

Pastel pink and green pattern,
Woven into a blanket.
Soothing warmth,
Drawn to the shoulders.

A stack of books and latest release,
Beckon attention.
Steam rises from a cup,
Warm meets cold.

Back turns on it all,
Eyes close.
Please let demands,
Dissolve away.

seated woman holding a cup with blanket over her knees letting thoughts dissolve

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