David Levitas

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Chronically - Poem by David Levitas

Chronically in love, one despises the acute diagnosis,
A life long habit turned to diagnostics
In a misplaced, misinformed place of imprisonment,
But my Sita has moved on
Caught by Ravanna's stories and stares,
So I must this realisation on me reimpose
To free me from the bonds of love
And let me soar and be free like a turtle dove;
No more in the jungles of my despair
Haunt the echoes of the constricting air.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 16, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 22, 2011

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