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Thu, 24.09.2009

IMBIBING WORD’S WORLD by Deborah C. Um’rani.

Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart strike a cord of unity in we who shatter moments of silence;
the outlandish desires of a heart filled with chaos.
Who knows, we may touch on real love in two world’s.
Greater lands speak of joy, sorrow, and fulfillment.
We be real as they be censured.

I know who you touch.

I am meta-galaxies stretching beyond doorways to emptiness.
That which I imbibe centers in my soul, moves through my being to impregnate a whole vision of another world apart from anything you refuse to see.

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I have just seen a most beautiful thing Slim and still Against a gold, gold sky, A straight black cypress, Sensitive, Exquisite, A black finger Pointing upwards. Why, beautiful still finger, are you black? And why are you... THE BLACK FINGER by Angelina Weld Grimke’.
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