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    Author: She Is Insane
    Elite Ratio:    3.21 - 40/60/32
    Words: 105
    Class/Type: Lyrics/Nostalgia
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    I met someone for a couple of hours but
    it felt like I knew him forever.
    Conversation carried on effortlessly for hours,
    exchanging life philosophies and experiences.
    Our minds were naked to each other.
    He asked me about ideas I never shared
    with someone else. It was an interesting
    experience to undress your mind
    to someone you will only see once
    in your life because I was flying to another city
    six hours after I met him.
    We didn't exchange numbers
    we just bid good luck to our each's great adventure.




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      lovely little snippet of experience. the formatting keeps it poetry but the wording keeps it tangable making it easy to digest. sounds like a lovely memory to hold onto. such stringless connections don't happen all that often. and usually not to such a depth. was this at an airport/train/bus station? that's where i imagine it.

    ps i love the tattoo. or is it henna?
    | Posted on 2014-06-08 00:00:00 | by cornonthekob | [ Reply to This ]


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