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As I move on........
by TeeJay khan
Friday, July 16, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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how this world left its mark on me for eternity and changed me from an innocent child to convicted teenager

As I move on

I was a neonate, cute and gay
In my own world, lived and stayed

As I grew up my world expanded
On worldly stuff I depended

Years passed increasing fights in number
School started hence neglected slumber

My vitality shaped my mettle soon
I was a juvenile escaped ‘til the rising’ of the moon

As gay ’n’ blithe as the summers sun
Forgetting my challenges that had begun

The hand of nature took its toll
From my life my smile it stole

I grew grave, I grew silent
My soul humbled, which was once violent

Now my dignity I harbored in my heart
Erudite the holy lying art

My face displayed a fabricated mask
In worldly tinge I began to bask

This paradigmatic world ruined me
Impaired my eyes to reality

The imperfect beat of my restless heart
Wished to escort me back to the start

But the sand of time falls lightly on,
The other side, saying epochs gone

My blackened soul walks on untrod den ways
Remembering the wean, those merry days

Now those petty fights, likes, dislikes all gone
As I plod through, as I move on 


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Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 7/18/2010
Very interesting indeed..enjoyed...stay safe and well..Hugss
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/16/2010
A most thought-inciting, self-reflective sharing, TJ. Thank you. Love and peace to you,


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