Exile

Coming from Hope.

Going to Hope

Adrift upon a sea of hope.

Looking back on the mists of home,

on the shasow eyes

and half-turned smiles

on waves and waves of time

Time sings to me:

“The boundless sea

becomes the field you plant upon.”

The song becomes a poem

I store safely in my truncks

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