Stephanie van Oudtshoorn
Such A Strange Emotion - Poem by Stephanie van Oudtshoorn
Such a strange emotion
Can have you in tears at the slightest word
A misinterpreted phrase
Keeps you always alert, on your toes
Battles with youself
over its reality.
The pure implausability of it all
always just there.
It can't be true.
Figment of the imagination.
There it is - the surety of it is
That one look sets you racing
imagining life without it
Where does it come from?
Just the knowledge of its existance
They complete you.
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