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Stravaig


i’ll search for you
in violet hills, pink lakes
april rains, and august snows

In frozen bubbles, cobweb trees
city lights, thumb fights,
and a shimmering shore

i won’t find you there,
and i’ll come back home
for decades, haven’t seen you around,
wonder where would you’d be,
biting nails, if you ever think of me

i’ll open my notebook,
look at our frame
and complete this rhyme

no hard feelings,
no memories to plough
just to surprise time, i’d say it loud –
have learnt to live without –
buy would love you anyhow!

stravaig/stravage ~ a Spanish word of the irish-scottish origin which means to wander, ramble aimlessly

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