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(De Va) Poems

1. Tree Deva 10/18/2011
2. To Fly For You 12/1/2011
3. The Swamp Saga - The End 10/20/2011
4. Priority 11/7/2012
5. Thinking 10/26/2011
6. The Word Whore 11/2/2011
7. Flying 9/29/2011
8. The Swamp Saga - Revealed 10/31/2011
9. Night Terror 11/2/2011
10. The Swamp Saga - Response 10/31/2011
11. Motion 10/28/2011
12. Gator 10/31/2011
13. Woods Or Forest 10/27/2011
14. Sisters Of Our Souls 11/28/2011
15. For My Evey Vendetta 10/24/2012
16. Golden Cord 10/27/2011
17. My Son 12/1/2011
18. The Swamp Saga 10/30/2011
19. Unnamed 1/13/2012
20. The Swamp 10/31/2011
21. The Abyss 10/20/2011
22. As The Soul Flies Free 10/18/2011
23. Freedom 11/5/2011
24. Phoenix.....Based On Reborn By Dave Walker 10/27/2011
25. In The Now 1/12/2012
26. The Musician 8/13/2012
27. Free 10/31/2011
28. My Other Soul 12/5/2011
29. From A Mother's Heart...Inspired By Dave Walker's Boy To Man 11/7/2011
30. Crimson Tears 1/12/2012
31. Living Dead 11/17/2011
32. A Tribute To Leonard Cohen 11/20/2011
33. Set Free 9/29/2011
34. Soaring 10/18/2011
35. Give Him Up 11/5/2011
36. Alone 3/16/2012
37. The Willow 11/4/2011
38. How Can I Know? 11/8/2011
39. ~soul Lovers~ 10/31/2011
40. Soul Seeker 11/29/2011
Best Poem of (De Va)

Depression

You steal my soul and hide it in the deep
You take my heart away to turn me into a sheep
You come in the night and rape my mind
You peel my imagination like a rind

Depression consumes my soul and empties me of essence
Depression takes the fire of my passion leaving senescence
Depression sets me in a prison in the deep dark dank
Depression fills me with tears because of his prank

Monster deep in the darkness on a starless night
Monster flying e'er so low on a maiden flight
Monster claws upon my limpid body as I try to escape
Monster in my soul, to me it ...

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A Walk In The Woods

As I wandered through the woods
I come upon a squirrel and asked
'Can you see me? '
The squirrel replied,
'I see the acorn that sustains me'

As I wandered through the woods
I came upon a mouse and asked
'Can you see me? '

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