a poem by Dale Costello, Australia -
Kiss mesweep the piecesunder your tongue'leave my heart slungover my shoulderlike a scarfagainst the Winterits' every stormand gone..I don't careif the silencedoesn't know my namefor the riverswill always fill with rainall that cloudsknow how to saymarking night the sameas the days..dust mequiet of the ashesleave just birdsongforest and treesnight where it breathesnever to longin conscious needof the permanent soulour minds can't see..truth swearssuch sweet allegiancestars as they dancein yesterdays' skythe whim and true whyof deeper dreamingEarthrhythms of life and schemingthe long and short of goodbye..
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