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Will not heal us;
Becoming more God-like
A way to buy time
Taking the reality and making it askew
But when caught for the crime
You stand by the mirror saying “how could you”
The pressure pot of emotions
Marinated often by a trivial notions
Immune to consoling
Those with there eyes open are not always awake
Those with there eyes closed are not always sleeping
So if you go to take make sure he is not awake
For you may be surprized to see no peeping
Why are the most beautiful clothes
such a pain to wear,
while the sloppiest ones
can be a breath of fresh air?
Is it the same reason that
the dirt poor are some of the greatest folk I've met?
Or the fact a rich man
will somehow find it hard to sleep
even in his king-sized bed?
Though carrying leaves and twigs along the ride
we are as rivers that ceaselessly flow.
They sing and roar through each day and night
knowing in their hearts one simple truth,
"Naked we come and naked we go!"
It doesn't make sense
that older folk should drive so slow.
When the traffic light turns green
that means you should GO!
Yet at the same time
the younger fella likes to rev his engine hardcore,
not knowing he's still just a sprout,
still unaware of what life's all about.
The old man has only so much time left on this earth,
you'd think he'd want to show the bull who's boss.
While "big and cool" just wants to impress the ladies,
throwing everything he owns into the wind
not even caring what it costs.
1. Success of anything,
2. Doesn't come easily.
3. All men are not God
4. Compromise is two-
5. If a man wants you,
6. Nothing can keep him
7. Nothing can make him
8. If he doesn't want
Coming to those that wait
Missed by those who do not hesistate
Lustful passions that make sense
Arising from the obscene
Learning, a poor man’s dream,
Earning, a rich man’s scream,
They say, ignorance is bliss,
However, listen to this.
Knowledge is power.
As well, it may make you sour.
To believe is to have no doubt
To doubt is to halve a belief