Anthony Cavuoti

Anthony Cavuoti Poems

41. Eternity And Tomorrow 5/16/2012
42. Even If 8/19/2012
43. Every Time We Love Deeply 10/14/2012
44. Every Time We Love Sincerely 8/10/2011
45. Everyone Has Deep Issues 9/1/2012
46. Evil Masked As Family, As Friends, As Lovers, As Education, As Caring, As Importance, As Duty, A Salvation, As Race, As Good, As Love. 1/30/2013
47. Extended Family 11/6/2012
48. Facebook Is Heaven For People With Attachment, Intimacy Issues 9/9/2012
49. Fed Up With The Attitude Of A System Of Indifference 10/29/2011
50. Feel Sad, 11/8/2012
51. Fill Your Dream 5/13/2013
52. Find Your Own 5/15/2013
53. Flying Birds In The World Of Flightless Birds 6/12/2013
54. Fossilized Part Of Them Is Still Alive 12/11/2012
55. Found Even When You Hide. 6/2/2015
56. God Guides Each Of Us In A Unique Way 3/22/2013
57. God Saves Us Daily 12/10/2012
58. Good Dreams 8/15/2012
59. Great Beyond Anything We Know We Are 1/30/2013
60. Great Gift 10/25/2012
61. Greater Than Dionysus 8/28/2015
62. Hate It When 4/14/2012
63. Her Coffee Table 8/6/2015
64. Hits You Like A Kick In The 8/19/2012
65. Hose That Seem Solid In Their Arrogance On Fixed And Established Ways 8/10/2013
66. I Could Not Resist Her 9/8/2015
67. I Followed Her Into The Darkness And Got Lost 8/6/2015
68. I Have Witness Many Great Things In This World 9/18/2012
69. I Have Witness Many Great Things In This World, In This Life 9/15/2012
70. I See Them 9/8/2012
71. I Simply Was Tired Of The Draconian Way Of Life 3/30/2013
72. I Think It Is Ironic That Many Of The Leaders In Technology Were Adopted. 10/9/2011
73. I Will Not Mistake Your Narrow Mindedness And Misunderstandings As Mine 3/31/2013
74. I Woke Up And I Was There 5/21/2013
75. If You 8/25/2012
76. If You Where 9/2/2012
77. In The Name Of God 10/25/2012
78. In This World 10/16/2011
79. Insanity 10/30/2012
80. Into The Darkness 7/1/2015
Best Poem of Anthony Cavuoti

You But Not The Real You

We are more then ego;
It is you but not the real you.
Ego is b (be) to C, no where near I yet.

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She Taught Me

She taught me not to be afraid of myself, of my nature, to really not care about what others think. Her wild live embracing madness freed me from the suffocating madness of the cowards normality of those that take refuge in standard bearing socially defined roles of maturity and normality.

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