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"Moments?" (by Joe DiMino)

There are moments
I'm again the child:
I call it, “Spells of China Faith,”
When feeling shattered into porcelain bits—

Or escape into the same world,
But on a lighter-note:
Where everything that matters
Is small—two scoops of ice-cream,
A striped marble with just the right spin—
Love is never The Paramount Divine,
Just a puppy
Innocently I call Mine.

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