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I Am Afraid of What I Don't Understand
by Manan Katohora
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  I look in the mirror, to find myself
I see a reflection but it’s not me...
I turn right I see a glimpse
I turn left it’s you on me...

I stretch my hand, for that mere touch
Like old times you close to me...
My fingers running through you...
Wet hair on my skin, feel a rose to me.

Recall blue sky, white doves, you and I
When I’d do anything for that one look on your eye,
The first time we met, you took the seat next to me...
I remember each look, each word as text to me.

But like a flash, time passed by...
Season’s change, so did you, so did I
Now I am lost here, I need your hand...
I miss you and I am afraid of what I don’t understand
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May 18, 2001
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