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  1.  Life on Earth

by Linwood A Noble

Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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There are so many reasons as to why my heart fills a space in which passage is wrong
Spinning my wheels and stopping my dreams as if I play the bad notes of song

I cannot stand the reasons I still reside in a place that I do not exist nor do I care to
To fill my soul with zero pride in a place that I donít resist and should not dare to

Timing to move on makes me want to move swift under a sea of weightless care
Thick plumes of thunder to which I wake to see in the act of thoughtless despair

My gut pulls tight and my knees feel strained as I hold tight to nothing but overcast
I walk toward the light to the well constrained and right towards the green a vast

To the stars I reach from under my gut but to walk in a fast paced stumble
As I begin to reach and I begin to fall in a half paced over walked mumble.

The breathe of an angel holds my tight to take me to a land unknown to people
Open fields lined with gold within a stand of overdosed religious steeple
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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/5/2012
You have evoked some interesting images and cast some intriguing phrases like, ďa half paced over walked mumble. Reads like a rap song.


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