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Yours Truly, Shadow (Part 2 – Midday and Afternoon)

June 2, 2017 - Reflections, Tenderness
Yours Truly, Shadow (Part 2 – Midday and Afternoon)

Midday my young friend maybe you may not hear me
But I am yours for months of Sundays
Just because my friend
Just because the light over your head makes you tallest
Just because you yell hallelujah and sing glory
What’s that I hear about glory?
For our kind none sin and to none is honor and glory
We just hide in the dark waiting for the Eastern star

Afternoon my manly friend may be you may not hear me
But I am yours through the endless ages
Just because my friend
Just because it looks nice your kind
Just because the light in the west makes you a little short
Just because you eat, drink ,love and sleep thanks to money
What’s that I hear about money?
For our kind none is poor and to none is all the money
We just hide in the dark waiting for the Eastern star

Written by Sichach Moses | Instagram | Twitter

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(1) Skitter photo via pexels (license)
(2) Flickr via pexels (license)


 

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