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Distance Is Never A Distance
(October 20, 1940 / New Jersey)

Distance Is Never A Distance

Distance is never a distance
As of me
On every nucleus of each cell
Scripted your name
The beats of my heart
Stop to listen to your steps
The soft sun light and the sweet breeze
Murmur the eternal music
My heart is filled with love
Like the sky has no limit
Unfathomable as an ocean
Like a nectar dropped to eternity.

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Comments (7)

Good thing there was a Nike too Imagine 'Nikeus' on a shoe.
A great story poem, brilliantly penned and well deserved modern poem of the Day.
And Pindar, poet of the Olympian and Isthmian And Pythian games, wrote also of the boundless And forgetful savannas of time. What is someone? The chorus sing in a victory ode—What is a nobody? great poem indeed. tony
Pindar, poet of the victories, fitted names And legends into verses for the chorus to sing: Names recalled now only in the poems of Pindar: the very first verses reveal a lot. tony
Fitted names! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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