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 Disappointment

    

Disappointment

This sweet, adorable place I call my home
How much I want to go back someday
How much I reminisce all
The sound of the rooster crows before sunrise
What a symphony that is when rain falls on top of the metallic roof  on early summer
The beautiful scent of the blooming jasmine  invades the whole street just after sun set
All different kind of flowers around the contour
State nature is beautiful and it's at no cost to the eyes

Even with no penny on the table
Never go to bed hungry
The amicable relationships among all neighbors keep life rolling.
Where a smile on the face is never doubted or questioned.
Phony is no where exist
Under the full moon light
Sitting down on the steps listening to the grownups talk.
Feel safe nothing can hurt
Feel the love of the people is real

Return to this place today
Deplorable! pretty devastating
I feel this stinging twinge in my heart  
Nothing is the same anymore
All new faces
All new formats
A stranger in my own land
Feel sad, mixed emotions

Though all is gone
Nothing is lost
Even when there is change
There is not
From the eyes of a child
My heart stays static
From the eyes of an adult
You forever dynamic
It only hurts to know
What is lost can never be replaced

2011 by _Patricia Etienne
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