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Silvana Krculic

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Later


Go on
the dream is over

don't stand in front of me
any longer

even though,

face to face was definitely better;

start anew: try another place

from time to time you can return,
hear the midnight moan, but

sorry
my place holds a new address.

some duplicates just hard to find.

rays of sun- hold new hope now.

later, by the same underpass, I'll look
for a new blossom

when lonely I'll be here by the lake

your rugged rose, take with you
it knows:

my heart died twice

once of thirst,
once of indifference.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2003
Edited: Thursday, March 04, 2010

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