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Old age



Old age

Intimate grooves on old face
Diffused hair, trebling lips
Not know what he had thoughts? 
No one may be he had
If has then not he had too
Was society here and there? 
Sitting like as opened eyes
But looks like deceased eyes
Then he feels submissive now.
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