Do You Want To Join Us? - Poem by Sensuelle Briden
No interlude between the acts.
Life happens now; it needs no facts,
It celebrates; it all just thrives.
And do you want to join us?
We’re building here paradise;
We kiss with love the misty eyes
Of all who ever trod on stones,
Of those who ever broke their bones.
It will be fortnight till we’re done.
It’s not too long if we have fun.
We play with Sun; it touches our shoulders.
You’re more a child when you get older.
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