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  9677.     

Nothing Satiates Me No One

nothing
satiates me no one

i was born
with an emptiness in my
mouth

no one fills it
nothing

i may have
confessed love like

the way i cling to life
but there is no meaning

there as nothing
satiates me no one

i was born with the
perfection of

having nothing and
i shall die with

nothing too and that
is all the truth i

have till
the end of this journey
 
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  9678.     

nothing serious about the world

you open the pc
and look at the emails
surf about the word for today
a little facebook
ten minutes
then PH
some lines to reflect upon
just like passing rain
nothing to wet much
the plants are alive
and the ants don't need
much water
the fields are green
and the skies have to be
white and patches of blue
once in a while
already make the day
a better one
you dabble and scribble
and then
off you go
into the real word of
money and work
and some cliches
and the usual
business
 
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  9679.     

Nothing us but only in between us

In finding you
I find me, in looking for you
You look for me, so in finding you finding me,
We finally find out, there is nothing us but only
You and me finding you and me, there is really

No us, just some things between us, always finding
You and me finding you always finding two

Not one, nothing one, but always two, a separate
You finding me and me finding you in this search in futility
 
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  9680.     

nothing was unusual

the whole day
was like a whore
nothing special really
nothing so
significant like
something that may
stop my world
from spinning
everything is so boring
and unimportant
until then
when your hands
touch mine

(did you do it
with intention?)

(I did not, really,
i did not, but there
is something there
that was not there
before)

(am i sick
and sentimental?)

today i will let it pass.
let this be nothing.
but tomorrow when
you touch my hands
again,
i will not guess.

i will ask you
(are you seducing me?)

(am i getting old
not to notice this
kind of
body sale?)

tomorrow i will not let this pass.
i will not ask you.

i will get a confirmation.
(will you kiss me on the lips?)

is love an issue here?
i will not ask you.

tomorrow, if this continues,
i will give you a note.

share my bed with me.
tonight,10 pm sharp.
 
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