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Sol Karumi

Rookie (April 29th,1981 / Florida)

Solitude


A moment of real life
Just me and universe.
naked to each other.
An eternal ballad we'll sing for each other:

How bright is the light
of a perilous life?
How free formlessness can be!
If I had just one wish
It would be, to simply exist

Leaves in the wind.
Clouds in the sky.
Moon on the sea.
Nothing more.

Submitted: Saturday, September 10, 2011
Edited: Sunday, September 11, 2011

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