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No names but empty faces



I walked streets with no names
Exchanged false smiles
which gave me pain
Meet women in transit and plain faces
Layered by paint and false eye lashes
Strange faces lost for
destinations beyond reach
Many others sat silently with out speech

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Written on September 08, 2020

Submitted by Poetry@80 on April 02, 2022

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