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Peaceful Slumber

Your innocent eyes are closed
as you roam in your pre-birth memories
Your tiny chest heaves up and down
as you breathe the warm air
of the world that’s still new to you

Your sleep is fragile, yet deep and blissful,
more than enough to ward off
creeping uncertainties
residual insecurities
leaving a sense of
stillness
calm
and
quiet

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About Ima Kulit

restless. independent. rock music and classical music, third world poetry and literature, theory and criticism, beaches, sunsets, wide open spaces, sports and running, laughter, art, and photography sustain me. i love to travel alone. it's the best way to get lost in the labyrinth of my thoughts.

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One thought on “Peaceful Slumber

  1. This is beautifully simple. Really has a peaceful feel to it, thanks for sharing.

    Posted by Juliana M de Souza | December 25, 2010, 12:51

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