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Paola Degli Esposti

Rookie - 136 Points (22/03/1962 / Bologna)

As


majestic
i ve learnt to aspire
as a woman ive learnt
to be
unsure
i ve looked for
my love
the dream i had
it has been great
i felt devasted
some time because
majestic is not
realistic
i had a moment
in which i looked
at the sky
i saw an expanse
of fireflies
and i read
a name
i imagined
you were my
counterpart
thanks to my mind
alive and calm
i ve learnt how
to read in your eyes
excellently
i ve learnt how
to talk to your heart
and as a woman
i ve recognized you
at first sight

Submitted: Sunday, August 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 05, 2013
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