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Set Me Free



Urte let there be light,stop genocide
A tale of two cities,Rainbow cuts the sky
Dews on the dew drops inundate her smiles
Loveliquid evaporates riding white lights
Blackholes to blackholes collide
Silence comes out w/ dark smiles
Urtee let there be light;Stop genocide
Love pagoda lean one side
Empowering her prayers to mature in sights
Pahari(mountain)girls bathe in moonlights
Paint and prune their pears and peaches by
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Arti woke up to find the anaconda come to its
full,enormous,potent size;he`s untied
She`s confused as it`s only the last night
that she rode him to sleep and untie
Alaknanda anaconda rides;She gallops on,he
hisses on;together they disappear & fly to
the lands where only Dreams reside
forever,foremost
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Submitted on June 12, 2010

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