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    dots Submission Name: Colliding in the sea of frequencies dots
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    Author: Chelebel
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    dotsColliding in the sea of frequencies dots
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    Life's acts become the strings attached.
    These are the attachments to the holes in our souls.

    The strings pulling the energies from the aura.
    Changing the colors of our radiance.

    Therefore changing our energy.

    Changing the emittance
    of our vibrations
    Colliding with
    our surroundings


    All of us Colliding.

    Colliding in the sea of frequencies.

    All of us bombarding
    Eachother with our frequencies
    And tendencies of which we have
    Comfortably proclaimed ours.

    Holding onto the essence of me.

    But as we learned from Freud,
    Nobody can live
    Without social interaction
    Or without society having an opinion.

    Otherwise, we might all as well be dead.
















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      So basically it's a chicanery dynamism aimed fealty. Well although I agree I like to think we rise above as we emote and exude imbue.

    Bruce

    PS: It's aura not ora
    | Posted on 2016-02-09 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]


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