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What words came to me?

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Picture: Freepik

The words that came with the wind, laden with the marine and saline breeze that refreshes the corners of my soul, which oxygenates the molecules of my being and full of joy my lonely anxiety hanging from the branches of jacarandas.

What words came to me? Those which hold my heartbeats and throb in unison with the letters I collect with my weary sight.

What words came to me? Those that blow which blizzard in twisted circles movements, leaving behind the impurities of yesterday. The words, yes, those words that build ideas and with which we play every day without knowing their meaning, but which are inevitably doomed to express.

What words came to me? Those which condemn me to a freedom and don’t give me an excuse to be wrong or to blame anyone, but to accept my responsibility for my untold daily acts. Those letters, those words that conjugate all in one, lilting and unique word, form for me, the word love.

Author: Gabriel Cordero
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Something to say…

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Picture: Freepik

Just a few words,
That’s all you ask.
You want to hear from them
how I felt.
If I filled the void
you left in my soul.

Rejoice then my love,
if that makes you happy.
Owner of my sadness,
my heart still grieves for you.

But there is no evil that lasts a hundred years
say the connoisseurs from the soul.
My tears will cease
and another love will be reborn.

My hands are now empty
tomorrow they will be agitated,
like birds in the wind,
enjoying freedom.

Then you will not blossom,
even not in the memory.
Your footprint will be deleted.
My heartbeat will cease for you
and this story will not exist…

Author: Gabriel
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This is to enjoy

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Picture: Freepik

I sit to work as I count stars, as if the sunset was part of my creative group. I don’t desist. It’s rewarding to feel the call of the wind and hear variations of sound that bring me to the purpose of creation. Yes! Yes! Yes! It’s to count stars, remember it.

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