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Oct 9
day after day
the world is noisy
earthquake,
war,
starvation,
pollution,
shooting,
fraud,
ra­pe,
burglar,
violence,
Daniel, meet in a noisy world
after meeting one day
soon as i put my bag on the shoulder
Daniel, make a gesture, goodbye
like cleaning the world
beckoning
the moment, open the door
puts down toys
are holding in his hands
see off with a small dimple smile
1.5 years old grandson: Daniel
this daybreak
i already miss
--To whom did i laugh like this?--
people tied to the past
who have never forgiven
my distant families,
my friends,
my neighbors,
my colleagues,
even myself,
thinking about them
does not make me hate them.
Yonah Jeong
Written by
Yonah Jeong  61/M/NJ
(61/M/NJ)   
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