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Waves of Perception
by Jaimey Perham
Friday, June 01, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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a day dream...

Waves of Perception

© Jaimey Perham 06/01/2012

 

Waves of perception stare back at me

I wait for an answer, but only get a key

I swim in the ocean with creatures of the sea

I walk in a forest and sit down near an oak tree

I look for love again, but only get a sore knee

I stay too long and have to pay a parking fee

I feel like a golf ball on a wooden tee

I write and write looking for a miracle that is free

Waves of perception continue to stare back at me

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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/4/2012
There is a pattern of perception here, and it is one of disappointment. May I suggest that you avoid getting down on one knee until you find the one that really matters.

Ron



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