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  1.     

A Vision of Tears

Yesterday it
rained
the valleys
were
flooding
before me

a vision of
tears

Basins
overflowed
a landscape
before me

a vision of
tears

A heart
could not
contain
any longer
before my
eyes

a vision of
tears

Two lovers
whispering
their
good-bye
before my
eyes

a vision of
tears.





























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Heather Burns

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  2.     

Source Of Sadness

I am very sad
Not for today
As I feel
The presence of them all
And my body is warm,
But for the next
Hundreds of years
Will there be any one
To care and love?

So I want
To leave
A deep scratch
Of my mind
On the screen
Of the world
And walk along
With all bards
After my death
Hundreds of years
On soiled paths
And metal streets
Without my limbs
Blood and flesh
In haunting houses
And Joyous classes,
Make them feel
My hovering spirit
In emotional moments
In acts and deeds
Soothing souls
And agitated minds.



















































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Abdul Wahab

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  3.     

Shattered Shards

looking in the
distance
suddenly a star
appeared

Revealing a
face
so familiar
a face of
yesteryear

It burst into
a million pieces
scattering shards
through out the
universe

Impossible to
retrieve
until this day
one small piece
remains missing

Leaving me
wandering
forever searching














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Heather Burns

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  4.     

A Stain Glass Window

A stained glass
window once
cracked
remained so for
years

Still beautiful
but with a small
crack

Yesterday an
explosion
happened

The glass came
crashing
down around my
feet

Shards were lying
everywhere
trying to replace
as new
I finally realize
is unthinkable.




















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Heather Burns

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