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Let's Play A Hugging Game

written by: Simona Prilogan



Let's play a hugging game,
Birds seemed to say,
We might share some food,
Some feelings for good,
'Till earth will have healed
Its most hurting wounds.

We might take on peace
For heart's pain to ease.
We might keep the hope
In minds so could cope
While panic absurd
It's graving a wound
To our mum-earth.
We her children birth
Let's play hugging game
For love to rename
These moments of night
In most springy light.

Let's play smiling cards
In welfare regards.

Simona Prilogan

Simona Prilogan

I am a Romanian healthcare professional and an amateur writer of prose and poetry. For about 4 years, English has become my secondary language, as I moved to the UK. Yet one of the biggest challenges is writing poetry in English.
Simona Prilogan

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