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To Jan Allison About Our True Real Self
Introduction: Our real problem is, "Will we ever be able to learn who our true, real self really is?" Being true to and with ourselves is that thing which is the most important in the makeup of our whole mental mind as well as balance. The suicide death of Robin Williams and a comment about living behind a mask made by an Isle of Man beauty have served as the inspiration for writing this poem. Our True, Real Self It may change time to time and is in constant flight, And of the fact, we should never, ever lose sight That God is true and for us His huge help is here; Believe in and always know He is close ad near. Many times God, myself, I so often will ask: " Why am I wearing and behind a mental mask?" Trying to hide true self and me that You made, Who often loved so simply to sit in the shade. My life is over and done which was much fun; I am a memory for my fans who won't forget me And free at last in heaven, a far better place to be; Where again someday, you can laugh along with me. James Thomas Horn 173 Shadowood Court SE Bolivia, NC 28422 1-910-754-3034 Email address: Poem of the Day for August 16, 2014
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