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Date Added: August 18, 2013 23:08:03 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The evening wind tapped me on the shoulder 
gently and said: 
'Clouds will talk to you now' 
I turned around, looked up at the sky 
and drops filled my eyes. 

Daily I was drinking hemlock 
to understand my ignorance of virtue. 
He is gone, but I want to feel the ascending 
paralysis, a tincture that is called poison. 

For the sake of others, below the faith 
lies the pain concealed. 
My cup is full. It spills on the soul 
and I grieve for the defiled truth.

Satish Verma
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