poetryrepairs #237 v17.05:049
Sisyphus' Struggle (II) by Sabahudin Hadzialic
: LOVELESS
: WHo AM I ?
: A CRY, AGAIN…!

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LOVELESS

Her hands were hanging somewhere up in the air while she was trying to touch love. Love reached her. Love Touched her.

poetryrepairs #237 v17.05:049





 
WHo AM I ?

Lyrics die. Here. I don’t want to call it any other name just ‘here’. Because…. Today, anno domini 6 July 2009 the devil knocked on my door and said that he was the exclusive owner of my soul. I did not protest I did not run away I did not drive him away because The devil Was The reflection of Myself… Once upon the time

poetryrepairs #237 v17.05:049




A CRY, AGAIN…!

A sharp December day cuts through the warmth through the wilderness of her own being. The very next moment on the used-dreams pile. and beg for forgiveness. of fallen thoughts... others… and mine… I think that she forgave me for hopeless, distressed roaming I am thrown I wake up She turned. She said: ‘Maybe, maybe…”

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