Month: March 2000

Trigger

Can this sense of freedom last?As I look into the past,Knowing how it went beforeFear what fate may have in store The pattern that this life must followIt’s only pride that I must swallowLiberate a soul from thisWith sweet embrace or with a kiss Lay down the books, pick up the keysSerenity is just a […]

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Civil Disobedience

During the nineteenth century, much revolution and reform took place, particularly in the methods of government. In America, a fresh republic was in the process of weathering through its first century. Perhaps the most progressive form of government in place at the time, this democratic republic distributed governmental power and influence more equally than any […]

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Sweet Youth

And here you are, so young and sweet I wonder why we had to meet Subtle passion gave rise to shame But I submit and play this game You probably did not intend To take these means toward that end I act on an urge indecent But your time is much too recent Close my […]

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Resentments

This freedom of will is such an illusion.Even these words are results of confusion.Small mind is simply unwanted intrusion,Succumbs to those lies, still lives in delusion. I spoke with you briefly and heard your distress:My heart is so heavy because of this mess.Your pain is enchanting; I want to regress,But I know I should not […]

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