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We Live Forever, As Our Love is Eternal

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We Live Forever, As Our Love is Eternal


Today I saw truth clearer, while looking in the mirror
Only facing to remind me that I'm real.

Before I only knew, how to perceive the very view  
That would project as I forget to fold the deal.

But when you know as much as I, about emotion tied to lies
You'll know the meaning of the polar life and death.

Let's prevent our mother's cries, and give ourselves a try
To create eternal love with every breath.

Yet I'm not scared to say, I've envied all the ways
Those who've passed can go where we are truly free.

But humbling my being, allowed for third eye seeing
That this place in time is where I'm meant to be. 



~ I have come a long way to understand our earth and it's people in it's entirety. The suffering and lies this world my seem overwhelmingly out of control for harmonious people. Love is the only option. If we as peaceful people find ourselves lonely in loving the every, take this word now as my oath that you are not. And know that you are as much of God as any religion and beyond, and WE create this world with our emotion. Once enough people see we will be heard all around the world effortlessly, until then stay alive my brothers and sisters. We live forever, so we have a long time to Love. I project peace and freedom from suffering to each and every one of you and your unconditional families. 


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