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Imprisoned PART 6

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Imprisoned PART 6

Imprisoned

PART 6
   Both love and hate, desire and indifference become blinded, blinded by their very nature, for they only see, only project onto the screens of life, experiences from which their essence is distilled or enhanced by one’s psyche and their very nature / nurture, love sees through the heart’s prism, hate looks at the world through the soot and ashes of pain, desire, inspired by the glow of passion and indifference is the shadows of shallow, cold avoidance to life of and for .
   How do one escape from the grips of love’s talons ?
   How do one live with the knowledge there is no love for you ?
   How do one stop one’s self from hanging on to the middle
ground ?, _ always reaching up to meet – when the obvious is !. that there is little to no compromising and the Lady, will never reach down and touch the middle ground, for this man is beneath her evaluation, her expectation, her social station, economically and educationally . 
    The bottom line is – Beauty will always live on in my heart in my dreams – regardless !
                                                                                                                                                                                                              
B. J. “A” 2
November 16h 2008

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