Common Words

Common Words short poem

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Common everyday words
Meaningless words of nothing
Overused shadows in a blind world
We have to escape from them
We have to reinvent another worldwide language
Meaningless words
Meaningless peoples
They frightened us
Because they belong to the ugliness
We frightened them
Because we believe in beauty
We are threat for them because we
Believe in a new language
In a Human language
For Humanity
In a language made of light
In a language made of love and beauty
In a language made of Poetry
Common everyday words
They refuse us
We refuse them

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