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For someone non-existent, God has power

For someone non-existent  God has power To wreck the world he learns from every  hour. He is not here or there or where at all And yet we do have evidence of Fall. Why  must men be angry as they … Continue reading

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Life is what we know

  When soft winds blow and air strokes our bare skin. When days are long like melodies of youth, when light wakes up the soul from out her sin Then shall we know when this sweet life is truth? When … Continue reading

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Don sold his soul to be the devil’s mouse

I charge my phones and then the backup thing A battery to carry in my bag So if my mobile phones don’t ever ring I’ll charge them £20  as I  am mad. Of course, the battery itself needs charge I’ll charge … Continue reading

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When their loved ones do defect

I still don’t know  how deep inside  my heart Is a strange belief, he has not died I can’t believe  he’s never coming back Is it self-deception or a lie? I wakened up and thought I heard his breath Then … Continue reading

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Offers lines from its unconscious wealth

When a novice writes an early poem The surprise is not the cuteness of the  rhyme. But is a moment when a deeper self Offers lines from its unconscious wealth Later when re-reading, I’m amazed That I myself was channel … Continue reading

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