Skyscrapers

I look over

down and up

a wake of floors.

Windows

perched

at an angle

on a dark river,

tormented by envy

for not being

opened in the sky.

A cappuccino

strip foam

ruffles a cloud

unable to lick it.

Castles in the air

Will you warm up

also my icy depth

of my unconscious plans?

Bronzing with hues

the slow walk

of my deep meditations?

We are alone,

you and me, sun,

with nothing between us

than my castles in the air.

A dream a day

I’m a little more alone

without my dreams

and this display

without graffitoes

doesn’t reflect

my sadness.

I must invent again

a dream-play

and dip in it

to believe

to be able to fill with words

the Cahos that doesn’t need them,

the heart playing,

happy,

only with time.

But I’m only able to make a fairy tale

and look at it

growing teeny

raised on the yards

flyed over by the seagulls

transparent of adventures,

entangled in my thoughts

fallen in love with life.