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A simple arm drifting in the wind across the back of your sorrow

Pushing umbrellas of light above your head stopping the rain’s falling

Smiling as he pulls you into his shine closer and closer to your calling

That five second stare of caring and then you feel it, the sun wanting in!

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Nice piece. Simple and short, and full of meaning. This comment is my way of saying thanks for your comment on mine (as I don't like to comment on my own, and can not message you). Like with 'Raven' we don't need clever words and sentences to say...

Nice piece. Simple and short, and full of meaning. This comment is my way of saying thanks for your comment on mine (as I don't like to comment on my own, and can not message you). Like with 'Raven' we don't need clever words and sentences to say what we mean.

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Thank You Unwanted. I've changed the last four words to the sun is rising to make it better I hope. I read all your poems I like your take on things, you have that jagged slant.

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Vangoman, the exquisite first line could be considered gendai haiku (Contemporary Japanese haiku). In my opinion,it's a poem unto itself!

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Wow...how did I miss this when you posted it. I agree with Darrell that the first line is its own poem. The imagery is beautiful.

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