Katrina Kaye

You crack glass
shell and run through
free-formed twilight,

leaving thermal
foot prints stretched,
distorted in the earth.

I see you
hovering at cliff’s edge.

Like a waterfall,
you gush
towards earth,

escaping from blackness
in a ripple of light,
patterns, colors.

I watch you let go
and find,

as you twinkle
out of this realm,

true beauty.

“Eulogy” is previously published in September (2014).

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