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Ezna Stephna

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A Traveler's Petite Secret

I'm a traveler
I travel around the globe
With my sociable outlook
And designer garments
With my body concealed
My affectionate heart wishes

I'm a traveler
I travel around the globe
With my sociable outlook
I lock my heart in the refrigerate
This cost me worth the dollar
Just because I don't desire
My heart stolen by a stranger ….

I'm a traveler
I travel around the globe
With my sociable outlook
A stranger turns into a buddy
I chit chat my petite secret
Slight I didn't sense his spirit
Unlocked my heart from the refrigerate
And make me feel affection for him.

Submitted: Thursday, August 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, September 19, 2013

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This is a poem how i feel when i travel around the globe and what it can happen if you unlock your golden heart. World is so beautiful but in it evils move too.

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