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Nothing To Own

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Thesky puts emphasis on the definite times,
and things, that leads to this immeasurable joy the material things you crave to own with your tactile touch

or an ocean across,
calling you to come away, become you, so undone and to be perfected barely acknowledging and becoming someone.else and rich.

Atreasured chest moments when you first encountered love for a someoneas memorable as your self

The tide did change, the weather stoked the sky for vicissitudes

now contend that life had become you, your air and much more.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: epitaph
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Dr Antony Theodore 22 September 2020

So much to know but hard to understand Tranquility breeds purpose and then more silence The door leads to a field of open vistas And beyond. We come and go. we are born and we die without owning anything- actually we are in illusion when we think that we possess. a revealing thought. tony

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Mahtab Bangalee 18 February 2020

So much to know but hard to understand Tranquility breeds purpose and then more silence/// exactly right; greatly written

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Dr Antony Theodore 27 July 2018

Atreasured chest moments when you first encountered love for a someoneas memorable as your self Everything you have done becoming another mans worries These are really wise words from a great poet like you. you are a poet with great experiences. that is why you write about vanity here on earth...... actually love and love alone is important.. thank u. tony

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benjamin chiu Uy 12 October 2018

havent have enought time or the proper way for your comments on my poems, perhaps one day as one poet to another i shall know you personally, l know you are a doctor in germany Thank you Doctor and A great Poet yours truly Ben

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Jazib Kamalvi 22 May 2018

A refined poetic imagination, Benjamin. You may like to read my poem, Love And Iust. Thank you.

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benjamin 22 May 2018

we poets relates and appreciate the works of others.

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Benjamin, such a great prose poem??????

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