DAVIDIA KARTINA

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Quietly We Slept Here - Poem by DAVIDIA KARTINA

quietly we slept here
subtly we leapt fear
choir's dream, we swept tears
from our eyes our eyes our eyes
from our nose our nose our nose
from our face our face our face
from our elbow our elbow our el

bow the string and
Never
Let On
The Truth
The Lieth
Let Us
Simply
accompany the choir

from our chair our chair our chair
from our mind our mind our mind
from our sin our sin our sin
from our choice our choice our choi
r's dream, we swept tears
cuttily we kept beer
quietly we slept here

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Comments about Quietly We Slept Here by DAVIDIA KARTINA

  • Pilar Mogollon (10/10/2015 12:52:00 PM)

    I love the rhythm and the flow. I love that it doesn't read per
    fectly
    smoo
    thly.
    I like that I can feel it.
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 10, 2011


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