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A Moment Withheld
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  There she stands oblivious
of things and people around her
The scant dress around her
fails to cover her voluptuous body
The pure sensuality of her physique
stands as stark contrast to her outfit

Is it irony of nature or
one of the usual jokes it plays
that the best of body cannot
afford gear enough to cover it
Trusting neither the world nor nature
she closes her eyes and to pass the moment
with the hope that the next
would be better than this one.


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03-May-2002
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