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Waterfall.

Who are you? Who? You're still a stranger. As we go along we might get to know each other next year or maybe some other year. That's why I've kept in a gold container some affection, some potential to be charmed! Who are you? Who? When will you suddenly stand before me -- in the midst of my life like a thunderclap out of a blue empty of rainclouds -- That's why I've kept some doubts, some apprehension in the depths of my heart -- At least I've kept one waterfall, dammed up and covered with stones.
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Title Annotation:Three Bengali Women Poets; poem
Author:Sinha, Kabita; Chatterjee, Enaksi; Wright, Carolyne
Publication:The American Poetry Review
Date:Jul 1, 1993
Words:94
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