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Response to Birthday Letters

A Response to Birthday Letters

by Christina M. Hile

http://ragbone.wordpress.com/page/8/

We came into the world together,

or at least I can no longer recall a world where there was an I without a you,

Your sorrow will always be my sorrow,

but do not think that there is land where I can exist,

happy,

apart from you.

How could there by joy any land deprived of your

curiously fey grin,

the music of your shy laughter,

the glow of your xanthous skin,

or the conviction of your embrace.

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Categories: Poetry
  1. July 26, 2010 at 4:53 am

    Beautiful and sad. Great poem. The last line is particularly wonderful to me.

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