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Self-contained trice, an omen being exhaled from me; wait and you will see. A steamroller exploding and raining down on the Christmas parade, wiping out every sign of life, except for what I decided to pick up and keep. I bang my head into the ground just to hear some sort of sound within this noiseless brain full of rotten fruit and stolen candy. I look up to the dais and see that there is no more beauty,.

Hobnob with me, while life is laughable.

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Come torture time, arouse a bloodstained dawn. Lackluster days make moonbeams affable. Blushing addictions gnarl and soon are gone. Come skin like skim milk, dauntless of the sun; pretend that youth is constant, never dies. Hobnob with me. The moon eyeballs the sun in jealous rage, a monumental faux pas, green-eyed orb.

Night passes quickly, grovels to engage gathering light that it cannot absorb. Collective effervescence cemented between Human ideologies; equivocating between beauty and sanity Is it only mania we are worshipping, the shared-psychosis of a lost man in the desert? I wonder does God know which religion is true more importantly, which is false? Does the one, true, merciful God damn the rest who merely call him, her?

I wonder, does my God garden in Eden on Sundays like my mother did? Does he have only a Banyan tree named Abraham, with roots, branches, leaves, the entire tree calling itself a different name, dying to be known? Do his leaves fall in flames of reds and oranges, bombing down to the ground in fits of autumnal death? Do they deny their tree and fall to blades of grass? Or does he still call them Abraham, And forgive the leaves for drifting off on their own?

Freedom to many people means differently To lay in the sun on a cool beach To walk in a bush watching animals Skiing on snowy mountain slopes. Freedom is to own your own place To decorate as you please To drive your own car Shining it with polish to stand out. Freedom is to burn what dont belong To you because you cant have the same To receive for free what you did not earn Showing the world how poor you are. Freedom is to assemble in masses To create a mob court and rule To necklace the guilty alive Smell of burning tyre and flesh excites.

Freedom is to take from others To kill them for their belongings To take a life for a cell phone or dollar Singing your revolutionary songs along. Freedom is to become a savage To destroy the world for all To make sure all suffers South Africa dying a slow death. I love you both. Today a champion is born My body is ragged and worn But it was worth every labor pain He is my ticket to fame.

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My grandfather knew Even when he was still in my womb This boy would be great Yes at p. April 26th the date. To remember this joy Over this tiny baby boy My hear fills with pride Even after my bumpy pregnancy ride. Though this hard part is done And the battle over birthing him is won My job has just begun There is a lot to do when raising a champion! I boiled myself thin, Turned up the pot To roiling high, Threw bone and skin And stirred it up To get that ambrosia, That diet kind, Fat-free me. A change degrees. Turned into thin white, Tinged pale blue.

A self always wanted Bottle up milk jug new. Submerged myself And took wooden spoons Careful not to mix up, But to separate me into two. Threw away the old me, That old yellow butter cream, And got left overs That blue tinged remaining, I skim milk, thin milk, No substance to me. You spit fire, as you lack understanding; I spit ice when you fail to try.

We trade gifts, hold hands, smile and nod as we come to one accord. Shakespearean Words used: ode, dawn, secure, embrace, pander, arouse, hint, blanket, bedroom, dwindle, metamorphize, exposure, countless, lustrous, radiance, hurried, submerge. Though my bed holds me in a secure embrace, pandering to my still sleepy state, I arouse at the hint of light to welcome you, dawn of my new day.

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I push aside my blanket and, suspended between cozy softness and gravity that pulls me down, I awaken to praise you, dawn of my new day. Outside my bedroom window, darkness dwindles. Right now, on this border between my reverie and my schedule, tucked between a gone yesterday and a presumed tomorrow, you usher me Into a new day. And I embrace you, dawn of my new day. Not yet hurried, I pause at the gate of this still empty day to submerge in your symphony of in-betweens, and I hold on as long as I can. Zany Ode to my leisurely Monday morning since I cut back my hours at my silly part-time job in these retirement years.

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Nicholas Williams a drailyas an lyver-ma dhe Gernowek. Highly recommended for kids reaching the age where they start to grasp the Keep standing up for your elf, keep OUr standard high. That may be regrettable—but at least Caroline Lewis can still make us laugh about it! The ultimate coincidence of contraries, and not one Joyce made up Recommended by Bethany O. Gorham, alas, is known to us only by her married name—and this means, by the usual practice of the time, that her husband was named J.

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Fiction: Religious. Farris Minor 5 Publishing. Fiction: Romance. Fiction: Science Fiction. What is a bump? A lump? A meeting, heated? What is a Bump? Pillow smog presses firmly against the portrait sky Suffocating the last breath of her light Hesitation … Before she reaches out one more time Then there is silence. A cold wind moves over her still warm corpse Night has come. Darkness sinks in. Crushing silence popping my eardrums, making me bleed like a spider descending from the ceiling and landing on the edge of a razorblade; I leaned forward and kissed you goodbye for the last time yesterday—you gave nothing back.

Self-contained trice, an omen being exhaled from me; wait and you will see.

A steamroller exploding and raining down on the Christmas parade, wiping out every sign of life, except for what I decided to pick up and keep. I bang my head into the ground just to hear some sort of sound within this noiseless brain full of rotten fruit and stolen candy. I look up to the dais and see that there is no more beauty,. Hobnob with me, while life is laughable.

Come torture time, arouse a bloodstained dawn.

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Lackluster days make moonbeams affable. Blushing addictions gnarl and soon are gone. Come skin like skim milk, dauntless of the sun; pretend that youth is constant, never dies. Hobnob with me. The moon eyeballs the sun in jealous rage, a monumental faux pas, green-eyed orb. Night passes quickly, grovels to engage gathering light that it cannot absorb. Collective effervescence cemented between Human ideologies; equivocating between beauty and sanity Is it only mania we are worshipping, the shared-psychosis of a lost man in the desert? I wonder does God know which religion is true more importantly, which is false?

Does the one, true, merciful God damn the rest who merely call him, her? I wonder, does my God garden in Eden on Sundays like my mother did? Does he have only a Banyan tree named Abraham, with roots, branches, leaves, the entire tree calling itself a different name, dying to be known? Do his leaves fall in flames of reds and oranges, bombing down to the ground in fits of autumnal death?

Do they deny their tree and fall to blades of grass? Or does he still call them Abraham, And forgive the leaves for drifting off on their own? Freedom to many people means differently To lay in the sun on a cool beach To walk in a bush watching animals Skiing on snowy mountain slopes. Freedom is to own your own place To decorate as you please To drive your own car Shining it with polish to stand out. Freedom is to burn what dont belong To you because you cant have the same To receive for free what you did not earn Showing the world how poor you are.

Freedom is to assemble in masses To create a mob court and rule To necklace the guilty alive Smell of burning tyre and flesh excites. Freedom is to take from others To kill them for their belongings To take a life for a cell phone or dollar Singing your revolutionary songs along. Freedom is to become a savage To destroy the world for all To make sure all suffers South Africa dying a slow death. I love you both. Today a champion is born My body is ragged and worn But it was worth every labor pain He is my ticket to fame.

My grandfather knew Even when he was still in my womb This boy would be great Yes at p. April 26th the date. To remember this joy Over this tiny baby boy My hear fills with pride Even after my bumpy pregnancy ride. Though this hard part is done And the battle over birthing him is won My job has just begun There is a lot to do when raising a champion! I boiled myself thin, Turned up the pot To roiling high, Threw bone and skin And stirred it up To get that ambrosia, That diet kind, Fat-free me.

A change degrees. Turned into thin white, Tinged pale blue. A self always wanted Bottle up milk jug new. Submerged myself And took wooden spoons Careful not to mix up, But to separate me into two. Threw away the old me, That old yellow butter cream, And got left overs That blue tinged remaining, I skim milk, thin milk, No substance to me. You spit fire, as you lack understanding; I spit ice when you fail to try. We trade gifts, hold hands, smile and nod as we come to one accord. Shakespearean Words used: ode, dawn, secure, embrace, pander, arouse, hint, blanket, bedroom, dwindle, metamorphize, exposure, countless, lustrous, radiance, hurried, submerge.

Though my bed holds me in a secure embrace, pandering to my still sleepy state, I arouse at the hint of light to welcome you, dawn of my new day. I push aside my blanket and, suspended between cozy softness and gravity that pulls me down, I awaken to praise you, dawn of my new day.