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Pulsating Void
by Satish Verma
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  like walking in a tulip garden 
i undo the aqua blue, 
how many steps you were away, 

entwined like mangrove: 
our roots were standing upright 
to breathe in moist silhouette 

of equatorial sun, blooming 
in anguish of separation: come 
one day to leave me forever, 

a train in desert going nowhere 
on ancient wheels of time; 
and i will aim for a perforated flight 

one day to be reborn and the shadowed 
ride under the truth will open 
the husky lips of pain
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March 21, 2011
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