Anthony Cavuoti


Anthony Cavuoti Poems

1. Once More 8/9/2011
2. As You See 8/9/2011
3. Every Time We Love Sincerely 8/10/2011
4. 1992 8/10/2011
5. Unexpected Encounter 8/10/2011
6. There Are Demons That Torment All Of Us 8/10/2011
7. Discontinuous Existence 8/9/2011
8. Changing View Of The Light 8/11/2011
9. On The Service 8/13/2011
10. What Is It That We Experience 8/17/2011
11. The Force Of My Depth 10/26/2011
12. Fed Up With The Attitude Of A System Of Indifference 10/29/2011
13. Phoenix 1/31/2012
14. Tthe Abusive Ways People Express Their Sexuality 3/4/2012
15. Sometimes I Just Want To Be 4/14/2012
16. Sublime Mind 4/14/2012
17. Life Felt Me 4/14/2012
18. Hate It When 4/14/2012
19. Eternity And Tomorrow 5/16/2012
20. Mistake Familiar For Normal 6/23/2012
21. Sometimes 6/23/2012
22. Beauty Of Darkness 7/8/2012
23. Lightening Is Quicker Than Thunder 7/12/2012
24. You Have To See 7/16/2012
25. So Much 8/7/2012
26. Dyslexics Are 4g 8/8/2012
27. Each Of Us 8/9/2012
28. Good Dreams 8/15/2012
29. Even If 8/19/2012
30. Hits You Like A Kick In The 8/19/2012
31. My Father Has Been Dyeing On Me For Years Even Though He Is Healthy And Alive. 8/20/2012
32. Was A Place 8/20/2012
33. Universe Speaks To Us 8/20/2012
34. We Go From 8/21/2012
35. Invalidates All Validation 8/24/2012
36. Yes, There Are Two Gods 8/18/2011
37. One God Cares For You, The Other Is So Great He Could Careless 8/18/2011
38. Steve Jobs Being Adopted 10/8/2011
39. If You 8/25/2012
40. That Is A Harsh Gravity, 8/26/2012
Best Poem of Anthony Cavuoti

My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me

My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me, we all have such moments, all seems hopeless. There is nothing, still we go on, we find a way. If we have done works of the soul, if we have moments before the cross where we where true to our core, those muster seeds will carry our depths, our soul, our life to a new life here or to new lands, to new hope, to more noble fulfilling desires to better more refined worlds to come.

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Once More

In deep peaceful sleep and death we are with God.
We are the fish, God is all great lakes and oceans and
we peacefully exist in him.
In this life others needs of us awaken us from sleep.

In death other souls, loved ones and worlds might enchant us to go out down a stream, or river, away from gods center, away from our home, out of the lake and that life will be just as real as where we are now. From God to God once more.

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