Carolyn Vuletic

Rookie (October 7th,1984 / Johannesburg, South Africa)

Every Now And Then - Poem by Carolyn Vuletic

earthly time has let it slip goodbye
small pieces of loosened goodbyes that drown in craziness and land on the shoulder of guilt.
I often wonder in the aimless city of earth's forgotten souls, eyes dead and alone
nothing is more beautiful
edged in the side of humanity lies nothing but the remainders of a secret day, where dusk had just settled and time didn't need to stop
and nothing was together but at ease, in peace and apart.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 27, 2006



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