You'Re Lost But Not To Reincarnation - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
Truck stops and donut shops
Litter the endless highway.
Taxis and planes
Transport you east and west.
At a bus terminal scattered with newspapers
But void of flowers,
We say our last goodbyes.
You will disappear like a dream
But I’ll remember your perfume.
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