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On a Tuesday Afternoon

Let loose among the spirited youth and the impossible stranglers life forgot to involve. I walked a street I had walked too many times, aggressively alluding familiar yet all together new surroundings. As I rendered myself to a halt I joined the swarm of locals and tourists being told to stop and wait to regain control from the green man. It was then I saw you, being as disobedient and inpatient as I had remembered. I caught full sight of you. A vacant expression spread across your face, paltry in movement. Your eye's, I could tell, told a story of heartache that you beg another to conceal. 

2nd September 2014

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