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Come Feel Me

Come feel me as you feel the touch of rain
on your skin
Come feel me as you feel the kiss of
moonbeams on your lips
Come feel me as you feel dream,fulfilling
you w/ desire,despair and mints
O come feel me as you feel free,flying on the
wings of butterflies and bees
Sandy beaches spread and shriek the tears of
sunlight in their nuclei
Deep in the woods of late night sleep dreams
disappear in the castle of Mists
Come feel me as you feel the touch of rain
on your skin
Buddha meditates,sitting on lotus leaf
Stars fly by,time has ceased,Nirvana an inch
away;Buddha cannot believe---
Sundha(post-twilight-time)spreads with her
somber wings;arti prepares for a new evening
Nobody notices her tears trickle down lips
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Submitted on June 12, 2010

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