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This Trinket Heart

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This Trinket Heart

Speakanese your thoughts to me
Soulmate divine Cannibal squeeze
Joined at heartbeat's bliss
Banquet the words of wonder
Remorse with core interests
My lies that bruise
When cinders rose in the midst of you
Tireless silence permeates
The pen and solidarity
The march of time in dark decline strings me along
To the place I go to craft a storm
With wider pathology I quiet the questions
Drinking liquid sky
Scenes of shade in photographs
In tragic monuments of wild serenity I remain exclusive
No truer parts in this trinket heart
In proximity to heather and stardust
Painful treasons to relax the purpose of receiving
It is time to bless the truer self and exclusive triggers
I have no time to build a path to the sun
Who's blaze forgives the cold embrace
The moment I told you not to come
And gather up your fall to follow me
Reign on down in his likeness round
Where the river turns to seven dreams
As we stampede in pair
In flight remove
The equation from ourselves

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  1. Date: 4/12/2013 9:47:00 PM
    I like the way you fixed the equations in your life David. Enjoyed stopping by this evening. Thank you for sharing, ~Always & Forever *LINDA