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Ninette Gumanda Poems
Who Are We?
Stolen opportunities Hidden history Unknown truth Unholy thoughts
Love has limits
Mysterious Brown Eyes
You may look You may search for reason and pain Hidden deep behind these brown eyes The beauty within knows no boundaries
My Mind Has A Mind Of Its Own
My mind has a mind of its own. It's like a bomb waiting to go off. My thoughts wonder into depths I'm afraid to discover Always thinking, always creating stories, finding faults
You Were Here Once
What happened to those days? When I could hear the sound of your voice Your laughter. I saw you smile. I stared into your eyes
What Do You See?
What do you see? Those eyes. Staring. You're not looking at me, you're looking past me. You're looking through me. What do you see? I'm unclean, I know. No one knows, but you.
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Who Are We?
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