Sometimes Hurricanes

Poem By david gerardino

his intence stare gradually dissolved into tears, tears dripping off his cheeks, tears washing his hands, tears cleaning the heart, tears giving him strengh to live again, , , , he stands up only to fix his tie, then takes a deep breath and begines to fly again, , , ,

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