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»The unselfing wind«

by Hind Boujghagh, April 1, 2018

Spirits on the roads to nothingness,
Humming through voices of yesterday,
Savouring the tunes to be play the day,
All memories vanish in utter forgetfulness!

In the long lost kingdom of despair,
Where shapes of being all uncolored,
Heavy rain came, then transformed,
Holes of darkness into peaceful blair!

Written: March 2018
Tags: Emotions Life Spiritual

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