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Love Unrequited



From time immemorial
I have sought love
Waited for love
To share with one so special

Time has been unkind
To seek
To wait
All in vain

Time no longer is friend
This world no longer has value
For no one seeks the true soul

True beauty is limited by ones own vision

All here is vanity

My home is not this world
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Submitted on October 25, 2009

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