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Summer

The butterflies dance
Rain breaks softly
The pause to my tango

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3am

Call me in the morning

Preferably 3am

When the world is quiet, your mind cloudy

Your soul is a double agent

He hijacks your body

He tells me all of the secrets you collected that day

Wispy memories float across space

Dreams are classified, he broke the code

For just a moment, he is my hero

He grips the phone tighter

You mustn't awake

He talks for hours until the sky turns gray

Classified information exist, he insists

I write it all down in the book of my mind

We will meet again, he informs

Preferably in the morning 3am

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What

What is it
I don't know
I have never had it
I see it everyday
I see it everywhere
I searched for it
In the cracks
In the details
In the hedges
In the edges
I looked everywhere
Down below
Over the top
Into betwixt
Here and there
I searched everywhere
What is it
I don't know
I have never had it

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Rose

Beautiful rose
Youths folly
Hidden fragrance
True loves intended

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When Religion Arrives

Fear and Anxiety were guarding man one night. Tired from his watch Anxiety sank into the sand, contemplating their plight. We must be grains of sand, he muttered to Fear, that must be the purpose we have out here. Fear looked at Anxiety and replied; surely we are not so lowly, we must be great like the stars. They are so majestic! They argued for awhile and ran to find Truth. Truth could always be found although she was a little scrambled, having lost pieces of herself looking for Answer in the brambles. Truth said she knew a little, having just conferred with Present. Present said he would know more, if he conversed with Past. Past was right around the corner, a little drunk with Experience and she said she would know the perfect answer once she found Beginning. They searched all night and argued 'til morning. Beginning, having overheard the dissent, knew it was a useless conversation. Smiling at the stars and curling in the sand he watched with Contentment, the sleeping Man.

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Humanity Complete

They will call you strange
Egotistical
Arrogant
Nonsensical
Whimsical
Naive

To be unashamedly Human
Afraid and bold
Good and bad
Humble yet prideful
Happy and sad

To embrace it all and say Human
I am Human complete
I will neither turn to the left
Nor right

This is a fine line I walk
I'm fine with that
I as you, we are incredibly
Beautifully, wonderfully
Imperfectly perfect Human
I'm OK with that 

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Trash talking

He said I was naïve
She said I was strange
He said I was intimidating
She said I was too pretty
He said, she said
All of the said, littered my feet
I shook my boots and kept on walking
Out of all of the said
Nothing really had been said at all

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Evolution of revolution

One day the hate will be for nought

A new hate will have arisen, yours forgot

New ideas spring everyday

It has always been this way

From the fall of Rome to Berlin wall

Ideals have been fought for, great and small

It is wonderful to pick up a cause

To fight for change in matters that matter

Just keep this in mind when screaming, Reality

You shouted so loud

You forgot what was important

To be the change you try to present

In the end, it is this most noble

To be what you preach before it goes global

That is the true evolution

The link between space of continuous fruitions

Remember this when next you see

Revolution

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Summer lover

Hot kisses on spine
Sunshine her earnest suitor
Grass still wet with dew

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Child Voice

You may think you are promoting peace
when you take a child's voice

You may think you are guiding them
in the right way

When they make you uncomfortable
with things they think and say

I want you to know, the secret side to this
Their voice is not your voice
You may be demoting peace

For how can they recognize
any other pain, song of true love
Voices crying in the dark

They themselves have not learned their own sounds
Having been made uncomfortable
You replaced their voice with your own

Have you ever heard the birds sing
Sounds of night

So many voices finding their own way
Perfect harmony
In crooked trees and faded flowers

So don't ever think for a minute
Your voice is their voice

If ever you get uncomfortable
With their authenticity

Ask yourself
Why the trees are crooked
Flowers are faded
Voices still singing in perfect
Harmony

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