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Leave me a comment on this one. Tell me what it is that you see. What I see is what never ends.

Submitted: March 24, 2013

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Submitted: March 24, 2013




The twinkling stars at night

Such a depth in the sky

Galaxies extending as though forever

So much to see with my own eye


Waiting for my sight to return

The promise of surgery the same lure

It won’t be that long is what I say

I have to say it I have to hold on


So many stars, they are everywhere

I remember them, they are dazzling

So many I cannot count them

Thousands and thousands and thousands


There are sounds and other views

Waiting for my sight to return

Now three minutes closer to surgery

A single operation to renew everything lost


There are so many people I want there

The day everything comes roaring back

My parents, my child, my friends that care

Just waiting for my sight to return

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