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Cascade of memoires 

Shade teardrops fell down the eyes, 
Caressing the memoires of a moisture future. 

Though the thys to the upstanding sky 
Yelled for the loneliness of an angel 
Who begged for peoples' healing. 

Wrinkles, same the hectares of cedars 
Blowing the windy silence far away, 
Doves and pigeons wounded in an open of boundaries sky. 

Endowment of glowing stars, 
Sleepy eyes in a dream full of melting cascades, 
Sugar on the lips, honey on the surface of the mind; 
Inner side, growing the shadows in the heart. 

Haterrs hide and seek, playing with the mind, 
Shallow words, deep depression, airy waves of thankful butterflies... 

I love my bombing memoires, 
The detonators who shake in my understanding of the world. 

I love my determined concealment that supports my condolences. 

This world in which, I grew up, 
To love and care. 

Dedicated to you, my cascading memoires.

http://www.un.org/disarmament/special/poetryforpeace/poems/tanaskidis/

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