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I touch a white, solid wall
And I smile.
I hold your strong, dauntless hand.
See your fervent, set teeth
And I smile.


I touch a white, solid wall
And I laugh.
I hear your amiable, gentle voice.
See, in the cold, your steady breath
And I laugh.


I touch a white, solid wall
And I cry.
I see your expression less face.
Touch your cold, hard shell
And I cry.


I touch a white, solid wall.
And I ask.
I listen for your voice but silence.
I look at your chair but nothing there
And I ask. Why?





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