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How Often

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By Vadim KaganPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
How Often
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How often those that help us aren't the ones

That we've been praying to - but other gods and angels

Who hear our prayers in reruns

And, out of curiosity or anger

Or love

Come from above

To Earth moonlit and glowing

To give us what, without really knowing,

We asked them for;

In their bliss divine,

They play with our words

Until they shine

Like bright and hot - alas, remote - suns.

How often those that help us aren't the ones.

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About the Creator

Vadim Kagan

I believe that each day is a blessing, every story is amazing and all poems should rhyme!

Instagram: @whines_and_rhymes

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  • Natalie Wilkinson2 months ago

    I’m glad to have found your work on Vocal.

  • Isla Morada2 months ago

    this is beautifully put :)

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