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  37.     

bRegret

Going beyond a place in me
That does not think out loud.
I am a dreamer
Hitching my wagon to a star
Leaving this world of woe
Yearning for yesterdays
Taken so lightly
Yearning for tomorrows
That have never come
Remembering the beauty
Of wilted flowers
Having just one more moment
With you
 
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  38.     

bRelease Me

Only He knows of the cup I have spilt
In these times my flowers dry, and they wilt
Gazing at a full moon, weaving in wide arms of a summer stream
Might I lay in this sage grass, and only to dream
Of days that were better, of times I was in peace
Would you come now into my life, and give me release.
 
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bSt. Peter's Lie Clock

The man died and went to heaven-
At the Pearly Gates before St. Peter
He saw a hug wall of clocks, and he
asked St. Peter, 'what are they? '
St. Peter answered, 'everyone on earth
has a clock, the hands move every time
they lie.' 'oh', said the man, whose clock
is that? ' That is Mother Teresa's., and the
hands have never moved for she never
told a lie. 'Incredible, ' said the man, and
whose clock is that? ' St. Peter responded,
'that is Abraham Lincoln's clock, the hands
moving only twice for he told only two lies in
his life.' 'Incredible, said the man, do you
have George Bush's clock? ' St. Peter replied,
'It is in Jesus's office, he is using it as a
ceiling fan! '
 
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  40.     

bThinking Disease

Runs of stubborness
Infringed on my vain
Patience came calling
Adding imperceptible pain

Cognizant rational came running
Spicing up the dual
Logic and reason intervened
Adding plenteous fuel

Concord with the stubborness
Objectively to please
Still stifled in stupor
My thinking disease
 
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