Do You See?

Do You See? short poem

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Unending seas in the skies I do see
Do you see?
Those birds are the boats and they soar so free
Do you see?
Lovingly, my heart becomes a bird and comes to thee
Actually, in the dark, it’s finding glee
Do you see?
Mystery of my thoughts would remain a mystery
They make me flee, why can’t I be?
Do you see?
They called me names
I called your name so gently
I laugh at them, they laugh at me
Do you see?
Thousand times I make a whole of myself, under the tree…
Where, you and I carved our plea..
Do you see?
Hurriedly! come to save from the hell so worldly,
I am burning up, I have fallen prey to saddest me..
Do you see?
Do you see?

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