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In the space of the room
greeting and beauty
retention of a gesture.
Nothing is fixed,
nothing is defined.
The hand kindly
Pat the face
controlling the heat.
The look kindly
follows the line of the hand.
The curvature of the bodies
Unlimited unions correspondents.
One who offers
and he who receives
Exceptions to every form of greed.
Life Shakes hands
heart, skin.
The hand can not be diverted
follows the lightning ...
the momentum.

Content on this page can not be duplicated without permission of the author From the collection of poems by Alfred of Ecclesia “almost love poems“

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