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Agony
by Julia Dutta
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  Have you seen the dry thorny bush
Stretch over miles of dry desert sands
Across the face of the earth?
Have you stood on such a land
And looked to see
If the smallest vision of the oasis
Met your eyes?
Have you ever thrown your hands and arms
At the skies
And cried out to God to answer your prayers
As the parched dryness of your throat
Threatened your very existence on earth
And your brain struggled to melt
And pour out of your bloody nose?

Have you known the arid dryness of the soul
Waiting in tearing impatience
And wretched pain
To meet the oasis of love

This agony, this pain '
This!
This, the bitter night before dawn...
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May 14, 2006
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