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Providential Redemption

I beseech, hear me unleash my speech. I shall commence hence at my immense expense. Life at a price. Battle many a vice, made several a sacrifice. Raids against blockades, busting from stockades. Dismiss what is amiss within, fight to … Continue reading

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Depreciated

Depreciated, underrated, given no chance past a casual glance. Not enough this, not enough that, chat falls flat. Debonair lack, just don’t stack to measure so exact. Low degree, no pedigree. Pecuniary petty. Out I’m shut, inside I’m cut, stuck … Continue reading

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Try Again

Lack essential, locked potential Blatant inactivity. Heart cavity. Seek no find, undergo daily grind. Yell aloud, blend in crowd. Resolve fell, Life is a shell. Try once more, another closed door. Teased not pleased, mocked and blocked. Fall to folly, … Continue reading

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Whimsical

I fell well into a whimsical fantastic elastic erratic invention of realms solitary and imaginary contrary to rigid squids amid the malicious grid. I ponder the wonder of concentrating and innovating the elaborating of compositions consisting of conundrums and expandable idioms. … Continue reading

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Encore

So you decide to wait and let the hate escalate before your encore. I react with due tact though my resolve is not intact. All systems downgraded and disintegrated to the utter gutter of despair beyond repair. What a nightmare … Continue reading

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Dream Your Desire

You dream your desire, then learn and aspire.  (The Shadow) You are attacked and sidetracked because wisdom you lacked. You heal from the ordeal with quickened zeal readily seeking what is real. Pretense begins to fall to the wayside alongside … Continue reading

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