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An Ode To Those Cities
A dear friend asked me the other day "Which is the city you call your own?" I wanted to give a precise answer But couldn't find out which one Is it the city where I was born That still echoes my murmurs In the whispers of rosy mornings And spreads my fragrance with the wind Or is it the city where I went to school That still preserves my frayed memories Of broken pencils and faded pages And the benches where I played along Is it the city where I had lost myself That still glorifies my mistakes explored In all those struggles that it has kept Hidden between dried petals of my diaries Or is it the city where I found glory That still reminds me of beautiful days Shared smiles with my parents And moved forward to find my road Perhaps it is the city where I hadn't lived It still carries my experiences with strangers Of a weekend spent to find myself In the history of a city that wasn't mine I don't know which one it is For I belong to every city I have visited Left a part of me there to blend in the air Picked another part and dissolved it in me With the molecules and moments That create themselves for me I look back to every frame that was me And let it unfurl a history of mine I am not sure if there exists a city That we humans can call our own Or why else would we feel we belong there When we procreate our lives in those cities May 17, 2020 BRIAN'S CHOICE H,any form,any theme Winner: Honorable Mention
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