What Shall Become of Us?

What Shall Become of Us? by Katja Kremzer

What shall become of us,
when the rain stops and your reflection in the water disappears?

When all the words spoken linger in the air only to be taken by the envious wind in the first glimmers of sunlight?

When all I know is just a fading memory as your hands never reach mine again.

One Day You Were Just Gone by Katja Kremzer

And I sent paper cranes after you
but they never reached you.
Got entangled in the noise
and the rain soaked their paper wings.
So they fell back into my lap,
where they unfolded into dormant memories
to silently wait for your return.

<img class="wp-block-coblocks-author__avatar-img" src="https://evepoetry.files.wordpress.com/2021/08/da31c-117956415_1185415935150005_469541043154914136_n.jpg&quot; alt="<strong>Katja Kremzer
Katja Kremzer

Katja Kremzer is an aspiring writer who scribbles short stories and poems in her notebooks.

If it were up to her, her day would start with a cup of coffee, a good book placed next to it and piano music gently playing from an old record player. She would lie in the grass, cherry blossoms dancing in the wind, while the sound of the typewriter tuned out the noise of the trains passing by.

But in reality, it begins with an alarm clock telling her to go to work.

Her motto: “If I can’t capture the moment with a camera, I will paint it. If I cannot do that, I will describe it with poetic allegories.”

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