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"I Think Of You" (by Joe DiMino)

I think of you often—
As I think of
Quiet nights
When storm is afoot;

Or splitting of earth
Into dissimilar portions—
No matter what the state
Your fairness of equity;

Think of you
When stars are out of sight—
For whatever their reasons;
One needs no clouds
To feel in the dark,
Colder than usually—
A bit lost;

Think of you with clarity
All the same—
Not to say that you are without contrast,
But never anything less than
Even in your shade—

I think of you
Not to grade
And always with abundance of love—

I think of you…

I think of you…

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