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by   Juzz do it

Pushing through the suffocating calamity of the crowd 
Quick, stifling, turbulent, emotionless, aggrivating, hollow and loud 

The faces blurred and taunting, the words unclear and screeching 
The images breed a haunting, the people lost, alone... beseeching 

My face begins to numb, its features slowly begin to fade 
I'm fighting to salavge what's left of me, forced into a bed I've not made 

Within the rapid struggle to suffice, I see her standing there 
Frozen, knowing nothing more of movement, time or air 

Tainted outlines swarming by but her and I stand- remaining still 
My heart for the first time begins to beat; for the first time I can feel 

I hear her whisper amongst the crowd, its melody embracing me 
Her face vibrantly vivid, picturesque beauty in epitomy 

As I draw near I know nothing of fear, gently reaching out my hand 
The soft touch of her skin fills me within, driven by a new demand 

The chaotic surrounding begins to dissipate; I hold on to her porcelain frame 
Precious, fragile, irreplaceable- she is my salvation if only one name 

Saved from the empty masses, she and I together as one 
Without her- just another captured blur, outdone and overrun. 

(Inspired by, written for, and dedicated to Danielle)
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Poem ID: 77036   Poem Posted: 6/29/2004
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