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Lily Ziouva Poems
Can you not see my nakedness? I am emptying myself into words
Go further imagine what could be captured in the nerves a physical hallucination a fantastic edge as real
The day that words stopped the whole city
How to pray to yourself
You are what are you? a w a r e n e s s .. get a slap!
Speaks the innocence bent.. listen! sit on a stone
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Can you not see my nakedness?
I am emptying myself into words
I am the chisel
Can I be only a capital letter?
only a line?