Swan Song

Poetry by | February 12, 2012

I untwisted frayed tendrils
of memories and coaxed
from their strands
remnants of longings
that no longer have names
nor shapes.

As I traced fading trails
to your world, the wind
blew, sending up
in spirals dusty crumbs
of hope.

The heavens choked –
and wept.

Jearvy R. Lañohan teaches Literature at the Philippine Science High School Southern Mindanao Campus. She was a fellow at the 2011 Davao Writers’ Workshop.

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