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Author Name: PremiumTwistedSoul 1 Comments
Date Added: January 17, 2006 12:01:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Great Unknown

Part I

Do you see it
Open your blind eyes and look

Do you hear it
Quiet your silent mind and
Open your deaf ears and listen

Do you feel it
Empty your deprived soul
Still your flat line heart
Reach out your paralyzed arm and touch it

Do you feel it
Do you hear it
Do you see it


Close your Eyes
Close your Ears
Close your Hands
Open your Heart
To the Great Unknown

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Comment By: PremiumEric Siedzikowski on September 16, 2009 05:07:22 PM Report
A ready-witted piece that I found to be refreshing to the mind.


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