anup subba

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I fear
the laughter,
the tear,
tomorrow
There will be
more laughter,
more tear,
afterall sorrow.
Is there
any way?
to wipe tear,
control laughter,
and kill
this overpowering fear.

Submitted: Tuesday, November 24, 2009
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