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Amrane Nadia


Dark season


When pain dance with sufferance in ceremony of the world
Delight and ignorance found from simple word
Release our regret reflecting in our season life
Taking a pen as self-response instead of knife

Let me express my feelings and view
And present anything new
Even though it is clearly few
Accepting down and up of life bravely
Is not a simple word found in dictionary
Words enlighten my existence
Which broke up not only distance
But underline any consistence

Submitted: Thursday, June 13, 2013
Edited: Thursday, June 13, 2013
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