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After a long inertia,
Like a stretched hibernation,
I saw you smiling
With a warmth of solace.
Cozy senses wrapped all over me;
After all the ice is melted,
That's dripping in a drowning doze
Of sinking wine,
As the refraction of
Those quelling times.

As it's not new to me,
I got you and your smile -
A translucent curtain is there
Between we two,
Obliquely hinted -
It's for the time being,
An untimely truce.

So, again I dipped into inertia
Like a long-stretched hibernation
Where icy cold will swallow
Each drop of smiling wine.


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