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Oct 10
When I saw you
For the first
time
In spring, as flies scurried
Life had new meaning
I felt I could begin again
From that stillness I had buried
When you left my life unkept
The vast valley stared back at me
But that new leaf never turns brown again
Even in an ocean that has dried
Covered by your arms like a vale
Open wide before sunrise
This is where I go to die
Under the shadow and rain
All under your subtle veil
Writing poetry
Hoping for your sunlight
Words' Worth
Written by
Words' Worth  22/M/New Delhi, India
(22/M/New Delhi, India)   
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         Jamadhi Verse, Eman, Imran Islam and Melanii
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