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Drowned



A delicate inviting twinkle
Shows of blushed rosen cheaks
Unlocking thy heart
Thus flows a golden creek

Of welcomed worry
And entrusted love
But vision blurry
And blind from hope

To release of burdened sorrow
To soar among the stars
And free of all mishap
Setting thy mind free and far

Away from these waters
That soaked the ground
And left an ocean
Where thee once drowned

Erwin Jung
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Submitted on October 15, 2013

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