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The connotation of flood
remains unchanged,
whether your delta
drowns or mine.
 
Back then, we could
have used ferries
to abridge doubts.
 
Your currency could prevail
my capital could move,
spring could come
at December’s fall.
 
We could even
share the blood bath.
 
Now at the mercy
of our own cyclones
and not even feeling wet for each other,
the bite is hard on the times
that you nor I can roll.

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November 05, 2013
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