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Rasul Raessi


Deliverance


A Night, that She begged the love,
was the Worst Night in her Life.
She Understood This after Thirty Years,
At a night that She saw the man in a party,
with a Swollen-Bellied,
his eyes were wiggling among the women,
Same the eyes of a Sheep in grassland.
with a Mouth in Moving and Swallowing.
She neared The WINDOW.
Sunk her Face into the Coldness of Glass.
It was Drizzling.
Just, Like that Night.

Submitted: Thursday, August 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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