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r james sterzinger

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Anais


Anais

I understand
now the beauty
the horrible
beauty of
relationships

they way you live
and die
with each chance you take

no relationship
ever dies
even if
life
breath
or night thrusting does

it becomes
the mortars of life
holding up
all our secret walls

some become
glorious cathedrals
like Notre' Dame

some become
glorious crypts
or private graves

am I right?

Anais?

Submitted: Monday, May 04, 2009
Edited: Monday, May 04, 2009


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