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THE SEA OF ONE'S EYES

JUST TWO BRILLIANT EYES HAVE A LOT OF WAVES INSIDE THEM. MAY BE THESE WAVES BLUE OR ANYTHING ELSE. THINGS SWIM IN ONE'S EYES UNTIL WE GO TO BED. THE SEA OF ONE'S EYES LOOKS LIKE THE BIG SEA WITH ALL GO INSIDE INCLUDING ALL BOATS AND SHIPS. THE IMAGES, INSIDE ONE'S EYES, SWIM FREELY UNTIL WE GO TO BED. IN THE EYES THE SEA IS LARGE AND WIDE.
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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  362.     

Run Away

I want to fly
Fly away from this pain that haunts me
I want to swim
Swim from the faces that stare
I want to run
Run and never have to look back
I want to jump
Jump into the void of happiness
I want to ride
Ride through the sunset and reach peace
I want to go
Go to a place where no one ever needs to know

Know of the pain that rips me
The anguish that churns me
The frustration that claws me
The annoyance that bites me
The loss that stabs me
The fear that haunts me

And the hurt that constantly resides in me.
 
Turuz Hautapu

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Swimming againt the current, along with sharks! !

Oh, the Omnipotent,
Give me strength, to keep going.
Tired of swimming against the current,
It is scary to swim with the sharks alone!
I am lost among the dreadful, hypocrites.
Oh, omnipresent, are you really around?
Want to keep going…., because I know,
Stopping is drowning, the end.
Lord, pleading for a revitalizer as
No one has to stop, till the goal is reached!
 
Ambrosia Ambrosia

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The Fieldtrips of Stewardesses

As long as the stars and the moon don't care
We can go out swimming in the sea. As long as nobody
Can see us, we can continue swimming away—
Our backs pressed like butterfly wings beneath the
Zoetrope that is outer space—
There, the wild animals go running in the mobiles of
Gravity—and beauties linger with their bosoms
Indentured to the hopeless smiles of foxes—
Hewn into these aquatic estuaries, as if we were skipping school—
We will remain floating in the sea's memories
For a little while—evaporated busses will pass above us,
Of course—filled with the fieldtrips of stewardesses of
Long ago.
 
Robert Rorabeck

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