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Date Added: August 29, 2013 23:08:06 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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UN - ME - ING 'I'
I want to shake them off, 
weird thoughts, 
like a swarm of bees, 
buzzing, whining, aimed at nothing. 
Want to write me off? 

Loneliness. I 
observe the hands of a watch 
looks like they are not moving. 
Time stands still. 
Waits for me to move. 

An atavistic ache. 
Again I view the world. 
Every body is making a sound without bending. 
With dreams dead I step into emptiness 
barefoot, to feel the earth. 

Not going to quit, 
free to kill my ghost 
I move into sunlight.

Satish Verma
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