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Concrete Tears
by Steve  Soskin

I walk the concrete streets with tears 
Memories ripped inside out 
erased and gone 
Street rhythms tatooing in my soul 
My eyelids shutter as streetscenes 
imprint upon my mind. 

I walk the streets alone again 
except for the tears as my companions 
For sharing the tableaux with you 
is my desire 

To walk the concrete streets in joy, 
arms entwined 
Partaking of the city beat 
our souls synchronized to its pace 

I walk the concrete streets anew 
alone no more 
For I am renewed 
imbued with your spirit 
Replacing the pain of past purgatories 
with a dance of destiny. 

I walked the concrete streets with tears 
and proven false memories 
juggled images of past perogatives awry 
but now with you 
We can slow dance to the concrete street harmony 
made by us. 
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Poem ID: 652   Poem Posted: 1/3/1998
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