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In The City of Violet Night


Maria Deyana

To you for your love

In a traveling city full of happy passengers
Sky's ships sail
Like a yellow lamp the young moon is born
White tangent of the piano and shiny nights are braking…

In the breeze that silently over the chests shivers
I develop my feelings…
In the nest and bee pollen
Like a young doe
Where does she rush
This passion that came so suddenly…?

Do I have to be like Maria Magdalena
Expiate my sins,
Or be an ordinary woman that got carried by the violet nights
Full of stars, velvet on the bed, your eyes
And the silent song of piano while everyone falls asleep
Except for two of us…

Traveling city full of violet nights
Will you come back and return for yours…?

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