Gengis Capote (October,27,1968 / Havana, Cuba)
Serenity passes freely as the mystical voices are silence.
Clear view of Earth and Sky.
Drinking water instead of wine.
Fire burning off the white,
With each breath i take tonite.
Smoke signals in the night,
Spell sweet dreams;
For you and I.
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