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My Calm

She was standing there, Far off and aloof, I could see all of her five feet four inches, She was familiar, Though she was still aloof, She had not noticed me, and was oblivious, of not only me, but of everybody else, in fact nothing could possibly affect her, surroundings,objects, sounds or emotions, she was completely in her cocoon, I could see from far, that she was immersed, deep in her thoughts, something important was gnawing her, from inside and she was all inside, she appeared to me like that calm sheet of water, that looks so beautiful lying in the jungle of humanity, her calm was natural and a beauty, disturbing her by catching her attention, would be about throwing pebble in calm waters, I did not want ripples on her face, So instead I held me and my thoughts, And went about searching for my calm.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005




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