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  177.     

~Escape~

can we just runaway together
and forget about who we are, were
and ever dreamed of being
no identity except the secrets
hidden behind our eyes
no memory,
except of holding each other tightly,
right now
not remembering who we were yesterday
only that we are connected
to the sun, the moon
each star and expression of love

I awoke in your arms
with no memory of what was before
and no care for what would come later
I had no name until it fell from your lips
you held me in your arms and
I disappeared inside your heart
finding your soul, my mate
when I dove into your dark mocha hued eyes
thought became form
form became reality
reality solidified into the all consuming
awareness of your lips against mine and
my hand inside of you
taking tender possession of your heart
thru your waters of life
and passion
we were baptized
and our spirits born anew
the past is over completely
washed away
in the tide of your cumming
we are new creations
with new identities
shame does not know us
guilt does not know our names
we have runaway together
from who we once were
and found ourselves
in each others soul

~2001~
 
Soulful One

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  178.     

Satisfied

There's other Gods out there
But only Jesus can satisfied
Many people seek for that fame and fortune
But fame and fortune won't give you that satisfaction
Buy this buy that wear this wear that
Seeking for that satisfaction
Seeking for purpose seeking for worth
Trying to find their identity
There's purpose for your being
Through Jesus Christ you can find that meaning
Jesus spoke you into existence
Through Jesus you find who you are
There's other Gods out but only Jesus can satisfy
That satisfaction that you're longing for only Jesus can satisfy
You have tried this
You have tried that
But you're not satisfy
O oh only Jesus can satisfy
Many people trying to be their own God
But being your own God won't give you that satisfaction
Do this do that say this say that
Trying to be their own God
Seeking for purpose seeking for worth
Trying to find their identity
There's purpose for your being
Through Jesus Christ you can find that meaning
Jesus spoke you into existence
Through Jesus you find who you are
There's other Gods out but only Jesus can satisfy
That satisfaction that you're longing for only Jesus can satisfy
You have tried this
You have tried that
But you're not satisfy
O oh only Jesus can satisfy
You are made in the imagine of the Lord
Through his you are made whole
 
Jerry Alexander

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  179.     

I Am...

I am in between.
An actor, a spectator.
A child, a grown-up.
Dream and reality.
Brazilian?
German?
English?
My identity crisis is my identity.
And I am trying to keep it.
Trying to stay away from boxes.
Always happy?
Always sad?
I want to be both:
Happy-sad, jumping-crawling my way through life,
With a dancing shadow of Death on my shoulder.
Things in boxes stay in boxes,
Neatly put away where we think we can find them again.
I am determined to jump out,
Like a jack-in-the-box,
Spitting my humour in the face of the world.
 
Thomas Doubting

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  180.     

Terzanelle for Octavia Estelle Butler

Racism and violence were non-existent in this world

Of fiction, where the black women rescued the white men

To love, while the secrets of slavery were unfurled.



In science fiction, there was a leading light and a ben

Called Octavia Estelle Butler, or Junie in dreams

Of fiction, where the black women rescued the white men.



She wrote about power, disease, incest, love and screams.

Self-destructive violence and hierarchical tendencies

Called Octavia Estelle Butler, or Junie in dreams.



In a sad world of poverty and dependencies,

Without having a father, she learned to fight against

Self-destructive violence and hierarchical tendencies.



Maybe to feel superior in struggle was sensed,

When people were aware to fight for identity.

Without having a father, she learned to fight against.



In a world of mutes, Estelle found a new entity.

Racism and violence were non-existent in this world,

When people were aware to fight for identity

To love, while the secrets of slavery were unfurled.
 
Marieta Maglas

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