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Last Word To Childhood Analysis



Author: poem of A.S.J. Tessimond Type: poem Views: 9

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Ice-cold fear has slowly decreased

As my bones have grown, my height increased.

Though I shiver in snow of dreams, I shall never

Freeze again in a noonday terror.



I shall never break, my sinews crumble

As God-the-headmaster's fingers fumble

At the other side of unopening doors

Which I watch for a hundred thousand years.



I shall never feel my thin blood leak

While darkness stretches a paw to strike

Or Nothing beats an approaching drum

Behind my back in a silent room.



I shall never, alone, meet the end of my world

At the bend of a path, the turn of a wall:

Never, or once more only, and

That will be once and an end of end.





Submitted by Stephen Fryer






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Author January 19, 2013 I don't agree with that. There are plenty of plpeoe who have seen tremendous success with strength with lifting as frequently as 5x/week. If you can only manage 1x/week then I would take a look at your nutrition first and then possibly get bloodwork done. That is very unusual. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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Quelle horreur! (that pabrobly wasn't remotely accurate, but it's been some years since I took French).Kind of reminds me of a presentation I did in high school on biological organisms had to try VERY VERY hard not to keep saying orgasm instead, although I don't quite remember as I've blacked that whole speech out in the dark hole of my mind.

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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This is EXACTLY what I write about in the Leap. innovation in your life and caerer follows the very same path. it is about taking on numerous side projects, activities, etc., all with the intention of learning and growing, and looking for signals as to which way to take your life.Rick SmithThe Leap

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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