Manonton Dalan

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knots to unwind


to wait for something you know
it won't happen is unthinkable
but art of waiting is remarkable
hand going round and round i see
so quiet i could hear my mind
whispering in mumbles; what a pity

skin could wrinkle, eyes could dry
leaves would fall, flowers bloom
so many things could happen; yet
not interested besides rest a while
i'm bombarded with senses far beyond
imaginable by young mind; it blows

Submitted: Sunday, April 22, 2012
Edited: Monday, April 23, 2012
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