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Reaching into the deep dark shadows
of either, plucking the light from existence
eating away the empty space of no matter,
of no concern ,her heart broken within her soul
no longer to travel, by light of love,extinguished
them apart to orbit in new paths to find in heart
a new rising sun.


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May one always find a rising sun,
dear poet,
even all and afterwards...

I truly appreciate this poem
for its message.

 
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