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Just for a Moment

Snowflakes race down in a glacier pace
Nature holds still posing in white elegance and grace
The trees stand naked with no shyness or shame
With nothing to hide them; still striking all the same

strangers everyday stride along the road
None really cares other than huddling from the cold
Someplace In the distance i hear a crackle
Breaking this silence with a simple rattle
Both heads turn, his and mine
Eyes locking somewhere along the line

As if aware of what the other was thinking
Suddenly we knew eachother, just for a twinkling

Neither dare even stuttered
Not one sound was ever uttered
Words are trivial, they lose their sense
When thoughts can travel through eyes intense

Someone familiar to me, whom i understood
Who knew my secrets as if whispered from the woods

Souls can speak through just the eyes
And meet with the souls of passersby's
The souls will talk and dance and share
Their vessels stand still, compeletly unaware

Later we part, each in their own manner
Oblivious in knowing we were friends by means grander


We found each other standing at a distance
But knew eachother only for an Instance
Written by Muckmonster
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