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A Lyrical Delusion

Poetry- To Allow A Free Mind

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Cancer

They said it’s cancer but I didn’t hear,
I looked at the man, my love sat near,
His face was blank his body numb,
Why did he ignore it, why be so dumb.

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Heaven and Hell

Thou art in heaven but comes from hell,

Have a story about those that fell,

It starts with faith that turned to logic,

That didn’t end with being apologetic,

For those ‘the fallen’ remember the fun,

And didn’t forget how life begun,

The soul has gone but so has the redemption,

To allow a freedom and a feeling of contention.

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My prerogative.

Write down your feelings I hear them say,

It will help them go away,

But I can’t begin to explain,

The anger inside, the rage and pain.

My words must rhyme or their would be none,

But the feelings remain they’ll never be gone.

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Overactive mind

Tick tock can you hear the clock,
Stealing time while you ponder existence,
Opening memories you want to block,
That are negative but have consistence.

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Mother’s love

As you close your eyes at night,

I watch you while you sleep,

I’m there for you whenever you need,

I hold you while you weep.

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New Life

So many changes have begun to happen,

Many of which I can not fathom,

A Fresh start of life from out the blue,

Feelings and ideas that have grew.

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My son

As you close your eyes at night, I watch you while you sleep,

I’m there for you whenever you need,

I hold you while you weep.

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Sat in public eating lunch,

Observing these people, what a bunch,

Laughing and giggling about pointless things,

Is this what the social life brings?

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A four letter word that means so much,
A warmth it has on those it will clutch,
But what does it truly mean?
Does it exist, can it be seen?

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