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Can I controversially be the delusional one...
when that universal peace, 
confidently spoken by Jesus,
is easily reachable by different means;
ponder over those words:
that even an unrealistic one 
doesn't find hard to imagine:
what's to come...if love ruled...

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Categories: accedes, social
Form: Free verse

Where Angels Soar
Look up to the Heavens where the Angels doth soar,
To the cascading thunder and deafening roar;
To the loftiest crags of every mountain high.

Hovering far above in cerulean skies,
In our darkest hours, always hearing our cries.

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Categories: accedes, angel, celebration, faith, inspirational, truth, uplifting,
Form: Couplet
The house of winds and waters
Two emerald coasts frame
the cape of the ancient pirates
Among its smooth greyish white rocks 
cedar trees being grown faintly within the centuries 
their volume curved exposing to exogenous powers 
their lawless shadow, a shelter 

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Categories: accedes, beach, inspiration, nature, sea, summer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member FINAL AMEN

I ransack my mind…the blurred tale that cries 
On hollow tracks  scarcely finding life's way 
The bleakest moans, the clearest views reprise--
A pounding shrill of angst   which reels all day.

Though a prayerful...

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Categories: accedes, confusion, how i feel, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Silent night. . .
In the dead of the night he attempts his surprise
Candlelight winks forming whispered pleas
The midnight moon casts a hint of light
Surreptitiously he beckons his love to his side
Tears glint in her starry eyes  tonight

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Categories: accedes, passion, night, longing, night,
Form: Blank verse

Upon Unwashed Stones
In my fancy, I sat upon yet unwashed stones, 
surrounded by Tide's ebbing and rising flows. 
Time comes and goes and 
the stones wear, erode. 
But still I return 
to sanctuary, 
my abode. 
I return...

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Categories: accedes, nature, sea,
Form: Free verse
Faith is often blind, and that seems tragic.
It drops to its knees, humble and devout. 
Science’s problem is lack of magic. 
It can’t accept the mystical throughout.

Each sees light stream
through a prism of glass. 

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Categories: accedes, philosophy, religion, science,
Form: Sonnet
Something in the way she stands there
Something she knows whilst serving serving all the customers sadly
But with temerity I approach whilst  stumbling over words to say
Rehearse and another till open
But I wont and accede...

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Categories: accedes, lost love,
Form: Free verse