Natalia Carmona


Communion - Poem by Natalia Carmona

Walk into the night, walk...
And let the wind caress you
And sing you its song

Fly into the night,
Naked, boundless...
And make love to stars, moon, skies...

Dissolve into the Universe
And become BLISS


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 4, 2003



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