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Ephesus's Ruins

I walked among the ruins of an empire
surrounded by long-lived deads of the first world,
and the sexy pale beauties that ignite memories
for whom goes backward through life.

Everything was beautiful in those days
-said the Turkish guide-
here Cleopatra walked embraced with Julius Caesar
before she allowed to be bitten by the Antony's poison.

The Ephesus latrines are intact
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Friday, August 21, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: thought
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