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Dream Chaser pt 1

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Dream Chaser pt 1

    Once the eye's are close, the spiritmind reopens.
    Once upon a time within the stroke of creation, I
     flew beyond the vast of many star's and each of the
    plantedss-ss impress me so remarketably, I thought that
     life truly has no ending, "if we are rewarded with life's ever-
    lasting......token...(which is) living and what is not to be Broken.
    "One night I dream, I-IIIii-iiee thought I was imperial to never be
    depented on a another human-being   .."  But, like everything else
     which was not so annointed in my life.  Myself...(yes) the - theee...
    "Dream Chaser... I just felt compel to act improverish to life most com-
    pelling subject________"why not constrict us toward so many questions
      and not enough answers..?  "Not to broken, in my dream I'm chasing after
     the illusion of manhood,(WHY)..??"
    WHY...."(Wweeell-lll)llleed I am a man....and that in itself - {means} that the
     perils of all of my earthly strength shall tell..You..(!!!).." "(T)TTTha-ttt I am no
    Good, and if I could if I would seek to change that perception, butso being a man,
   my weakness is made to tolerate this misconception.  But that  dd(DD)Dreammm
    that I seem always to strolled through (my head) places me to a far away place,
   a place that has significant value, and there,,,,,(O)Once the eyes does now close,
    there I find answer'ss..but thereso I find more problems, and which can not be solve,




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