Time To Adjust
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Man lives with a thirst for reality
He quenches with an imagination.
Intrigued by the flight of a bumblebee,
He’s a leaky vessel of frustration.
His conscious mind extends itself beyond
conflicts of morality and blind faith.
But should His morals suddenly abscond,
the human spirit morphs into a wraith.
A white lie, half-truth and or omission
is tolerated by Man's jaded heart.
Love is an emotional addition,
with a high, that’s completely off the chart.
Susceptible, to anger and mistrust
Man is mortal; He needs time to adjust.
Feb. 7, 2019
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