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chill


Author: Outlaw
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Description:


chill·ing
     [chil-ing]
adjective
causing or likely to cause a chill: the chilling effect of the high unemployment rate.

noun
1.
coldness, especially a moderate but uncomfortably penetrating coldness: the chill of evening.
3.
a feeling of sudden fear, anxiety, or alarm.
5.
a depressing influence or sensation: His presence cast a chill over everyone.

adjective
11.
depressing or discouraging: chill prospects.
12.
Slang . cool ( def. 14 ) .

Verb phrase
23.
chill out, Slang . to calm down; relax. Also, chill .


chill



I marvel at the reconsideration

Of past iterations forgone due to lack of

substantiation.

At the you inside of every bridled motion of my self

reminiscent of itself.

Let me worry, let me toil, simply so that I can know

In you

The moment of no worry, of no toil.

Let me worship every hour that we can spoil

Forgotten

Or rather, unnoticed.


Let me pray at the feet of this moment

So that it may be said that I

Appreciated every little piece of it

And that I may speak these words

Only so that you may hear them once,

And again, and yet some more.





Submitted on 2011-11-16 23:35:58     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Let me worship every hour that we can spoil

Let me pray at the feet of this moment

Wonderful stuff!

I like the definitions of "chill" above it, also. It really helps to frame the piece.

Did you take the photo?

I really enjoyed this.

Jane
| Posted on 2011-12-19 00:00:00 | by JanePlane | [ Reply to This ]
  Very nice. Oh for my memories to serve as well as my opinions. At some point we are left with feelings where memories used to be. Nice prayer there.
| Posted on 2011-11-18 00:00:00 | by Blue Monk | [ Reply to This ]


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