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Sahara and Me

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There we were,
Us.
One group of people,
So different in so many ways.
Yet we were we.

And there was no s-e-p-a-r-a-t-i-o-n
Due to race or ethnicity,
No awkwardness developed
Between the variety of ages,
No second guesses
To weather anybody really belonged.

And I became part of the we,
During that long, moonlit walk
Underneath the stars,
Feeling like more than I have ever been,
I had become,
A traveller.

And it will never leave me,
This bodacious, life changing experience,
So simple in any onlooker’s eyes,
Yet it was what it was.

And now I am more than me.





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