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Paradise

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Paradise

The everyday ordinary beauty of this exquisite island paradise
Amplifies the hellish anguish of your absence;

The sea rushes in and out 
Lullaby’s the inhabitants
Into nocturnal wonder; 
Caresses the sharp boarders of 
Unexpected dreams; 
Softening their jagged exteriors with delicate 
Whispers which leaves memories of 
Sensual wet kisses on my cheeks;
My body howls, trembles in 
Uncontrollable sorrow/sadness;
A cruel game played by God;

My eyes look out on the blue sea;
I feel the rock-a-bye rhythm of the water’s lull;
I taste the gentle sweetness of the morning mist;
I hear the lovely choir of cocks 
Crowing at each breaking dawn;
I am deliriously ungrateful;
I long to taste the soft salty musk of you sweat. 

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