An Eternal Goodbye - Poem by JOBY JOHN
I was told once I should not.
But my thirst for eternity,
An unending cry from my heart
Was like a shivering rain
And a shocking thunder.
I wished goodbye to all
Who made me alone in the crowd.
They were dead in my heart
And were waiting for resurrection.
They, UN-resurrected corpus
Were eager for my words
I wished them an eternal goodbye.
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