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A Literal Absence

Gazing your sore
I looked upon your sadness
And I said you….

There are no healing words
shuttered pieces crossed my mind
bearing not such a burden
you my lost humble soul
thirsting for a deep breath
hugging you without a word
do not ever doubt that
nothing is able to break
the path of our torment
returning to our bleeding Land
howling a desperate cry!

I called you through a mighty river
singing like a drop
moving to the ocean without ever stopping…..
You will not perish if you do not wish it
Nothing is ever ordained,
because everything is crossed like a barrier.

All our world seems to have
a starting point as well as an ending point
again and again….
whether through storms or rainbows,
all roads bring life, and all have their virtues.

Divine Beauty has a strong will
a Sign of an Abundant Harvest
Keep a strong faith my Lord
and blessed be the day
I see you my honored man
thy a reunion will come unfold….

By Mina Boulekou

Copyright Mina Boulekou 2014

Submitted: Sunday, October 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: loneliness

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