dionysian daze


The Winter's Curse - Poem by dionysian daze

They told me
you are back in town
and the fog has mutated every activity
i ran back home
but you weren't there
and fog wasnt there
on my way back
i was counting street lamps
again..

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 2, 2005



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