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Going Back

I basically was bred to be wired with significant
Sophistication, control is not an option, it's way beyond 
Ordinary as complicated as the human cell and the way 
Your brain functions,  as pain comes you only wince
When your time comes, when my times come, to 


They used to be a day the sea saw, when the breeze called
And you was thankful to be alive, as trees fall,
And the lights come on inside,
Bhattacharya,, I vary with multiple variables
Variety is a gold, and the knowledge gained inside
Is undeniable 3 SECONDS Away and the sea falls
The swells sway and work against themselves
 recline as a I make a beeline 

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The Season is About to Begin

    Sitting here 
in the community college 
    looking at Shawn Green's "The Way of Baseball"
I realize that
    the baseball season will soon be upon us 
Hordes of fans will cheer on the New York teams 
Ever a Met fan I have decided to see their farm team - the Cyclones 
   this year 
  Brooklyn has a replacement for the Dodgers! 
   This is a matter of grave import 
for Brooklyn - garden spot of the world 
   and for the U.S.A