Babette Teeth

When Poeple Gone - Poem by Babette Teeth

When people gone far
We missed them from our heart
But once when they wanna joined
The door closed
When they turn their back now
and hear the 'welcome'

Is it the continuous knocking and beating
to pull them back
to make them stay
But without curses how the welcome enchanting
Though from the various purposes we detain
There must be a leave
Because surely there's no long-lasting feast
Without scattered
At the end

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 5, 2005

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