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by Lungile KaDlamini, February 28, 2019

when in my sleep, you appear
dressed in purity my heart touched not
leaning on closure you deprived me of
stepping on the love I generously gave you
sipping on a cup of tears I shed waiting for you
pieces of my piece; crumbling in your hands
joy, oh joy; scattered into the air
carried into the sky where
birds fly into greater summits
and I remain; waiting.

Written: February 2019
Tags: Life Love People Relationships Solitude

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