Maya Took

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The Unmendable Groove - Poem by Maya Took

If you created us,
Why do you take us away?
Or at least-go all, together,
With no pain of separation.

In being together,
One gets so attached,
and then?

All the feelings you have;
Love, affection, warmness
Are felt in vain,
Leaving afterwards
The unmendable heart,
Who grieves,

written: 06.05.2008

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 3, 2008

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