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Saggitarius Sky

late in the evening,
under the saggitarius sky,
i looked back at my life.

fireflies all i remember,
for only they bring happiness,
we were young and alive.

have i known one day in the future,
i will break some rings,
loose some friends.

how chaotic my life was,
trembling as i walk along,
not knowing which road to take.

what future holds for me,
my dreams so cosmic,
burdening the time strings.

how i wish everyday,
to meet my progenitor,
to end my voyage.

-Gp - 2005-
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E T E R N I T Y said…
wish it happens
wish i am smiling
wish i was there
wish you are here
arent we all thinking about "how i wish"
lets emit the happiness out, that it happened.
that i was part of the happiness too....
stars twinkling down...
shimmering in the drak sky
telling you are not alone
i am there for you


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for, its during the rainy seasons
when we sit admiring
the cool breeze and wandering droplets
we realize we are admiring the beauty of loneliness
from afar, of you and me