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Purple Hall of Isa-Dor

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Purple Hall of Isa-Dor

Purple Hall of Isa-Dor The purple halls of Isa-Dor The guardian of the gate, Is sworn, To keep the door shut, ner ajar, Protect the feeble mindset, bar, See through the veil, dimension’s far, If strength is in your gall, To bar the weak brained, not enthrall Not 4 all this vision are, Some do try the purple stone, Forehead some-times, try to own, Where purple flashes flit, Where pictures come and sit, The purple door does groan, If you aren’t afraid to see the light, And get the door to open right, Of faces seen in Isa-Dor, Plain as sweet daylight, The dead aint dead, You caint ignore, In this channel’s working, sight… Don Johnson

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  1. Date: 1/25/2014 5:38:00 PM
    Don nice to be reading your work again, this reminds me of my youth trying to get in clubs I was far too young to be in but who cared....David

    Date: 1/25/2014 11:49:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    yes clubs n pubs when i was eighteen they thought i was thirty ...just too old for the ladies heheheh