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Canto IV

Elusive, A chase to the ends of the earth. For what? What do I objectively Have to gain. Why must it always be I? Are there not other people, Hoping to be the muse Of a masterpiece? Humour them. Still, … Continue reading

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Canto III

Forgive my sarcasm, Fueled by the bitter taste you Have left in my mouth In reality, The taste of you is sweetest. Lost girls never grow. I cast you off much Too harshly. Forgetting you Have pride. Forgettable. Forgettable, like … Continue reading

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Canto II

I have a great love, Unrivaled by any in the world. It can be as great As I wish, And so I wish For the greatest Once, is all I need to see Your eyes And hear your voice; To … Continue reading

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Canto I

If we have a home, We can never truly travel. It was in that house On Basmati Lane, That I listened to myself sleep, Watched myself dream. I no longer heard the Earthly human lullaby Of traffic and sirens, At … Continue reading

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