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Traveling Lightly

This foreign city becomes my tribe
Her streets take me to places of people, 
Folks minding their own business 
As we share a smile or order tea;
My gaze cast inward these days 
As a warm age passes by 
Without fanfare or trumpets. 
My heart beats like a metronome 
Counting the days in a procession of cycles 
Sleep becomes a vigil of remembrances
On a life eased by music, sweet music, 
And journeys grasped like a lifeline
In fleeting kindness of strangers.

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