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Author Name: Freemaybememories 1 Comments
Date Added: May 06, 2007 10:05:27 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The cure for aids

They say it was quiet when it came

So fast and quick that it lasted and stayed

A virus so deadly it couldn’t be contained

An enemy so steadily it had the power to eradicate

Life as we know it so we attempted create a way

To destroy the virus and let free love reign

But a hundred billion dollars later it still isn’t safe….

Starting with one kissing, 25 million people since fade

Funny how a love transmission has the power to disintegrate

Scary to think a virus has the power to shape the face

Of humanity by simply laying it to waste

Hushed in regret and we’ve needed to feel freedom’s taste

Suffering trying to find its secret but we forgot our place

And as the seasons evolve we’ve devolved to stop seeing

That no man made cure can contain it but we’ve looked past reason

They say that children in Africa are being born with resistance from this demon

And the thoughts of humanity’s time as fleeting will no longer be needed


Because the cure of the aids is the same thing that caused this diseasing

Proof that there is no stronger cure then LOVE from a human being

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Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on May 7, 2007 11:12:18 AM Report
AMEN, love does heal. This is insightful Shoaib, I enjoy your lovely ponderings.




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