Monthly Archives: 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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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