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Heather Burns


Always Searching


As night
approaches

I climb upon
my window seat

staring into
night skies

searching
among the
stars

looking for
you

somewhere in
the galaxy

beyond the
milky way
you are















night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night

night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night
night night night night night night night night night night night

Submitted: Monday, August 09, 2010
Edited: Friday, August 08, 2014

Topic(s): night


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