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the confirmation of a contradiction


Author: silentpoison
ASL Info:    22/F/Teh Shire
Elite Ratio:    2.67 - 204 /259 /118
Words: 220
Class/Type: Poetry /Misc
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the confirmation of a contradiction



Can we take the chance to know.
Things no one else could ponder.
The big questions replaced by the small ones no one ever tries to answer.
The hypothesis to every day life.
Is live.
Take precautions with your heart,
but love freely.
Wade deep in the waters,
try to hold your breath as long as you can.
And instantly.
An epiphany.
While your lungs explode with thought in free form.
Unhindered by reason,
only instinct.
What rules everyday life are the things we don’t know,
only the things that we do.
Doing is not thinking,
doing is completion.
Of being what we’re ment to be.
Slaves of our addictions.
Slaves to ourselves and the things onto which we cannot be hindered.
Taking a step back to look around,
never takes us forward.
Only puts us in jet lag.
Our outside experiences makes the mirror another continent,
and your features just spots on a map that you’ve never explored.
While you implore your mind to feed your urge for solution.
You only dilute what you thought you accepted.
While denile is the first step,
acceptance is your contradiction.





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  dig , really enjoyed the mirror as a continent, good analogy, and the features just on the map..excellent...
keep up the real stuff, try narrowing for structure, simple is the easy real, complex the simple false...
| Posted on 2010-01-18 00:00:00 | by leocrates | [ Reply to This ]


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