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Fine-grain gold sand tips a scale
swaying, steadying,
much as human eyes
can tilt a whole heart

(in either direction).

While the pinnacle that judges the scale
is plain to for all to see,
where is there jury'd gravity in love,
and what do they whipser to you now?

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The following comments are for "JurySand"
by ak7raplt

quite moving
I found this one quite moving akira. It has a quality of sadness to it though. I feel lightness when I read it, like the thoughts have become something tangible and yet also ethereal....
I have no idea what I am saying today...

( Posted by: DarkMagic [Member] On: January 15, 2003 )

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