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James Darwin Smith II

(10/6/74 / San Diego, CA)

A Mystery From An Unknown Rebuttal


I want to go deep inside your own Inn Ovation
The very source where true beauty lays;
Upon a flourishing essence
That shines brightly with grace
Amongst a haven so bevy of confidence
Flowing amidst all things beyond comprehension
A prized paradox if you will

I want to go deep inside your own Inn Ovation
Celebrating the honor of your heart
The wisdom of your mind
And a soul deeper
Than any trial or tribulation
That casts out doubt on a pessimistic duration

These eyes peek such powdery peaks
A verb's confusion weeps with a contradiction's delirium
Words twisting into chaos
A recollection's retreat
Into an amnesiac foundation
Cleansed by the melting waters
Falling downward
Towards a spiral forming upwards
Into a genesis of a new awakening
Where the air is warm
As the fire within burns
Upon these earth borne procreations
Swallowing pride with a balanced force
Visionary courses splendid with bliss

Perfection is never needed
Flaws are openly greeted
Accept this modesty as a gift
Unusual I suppose
But is this not all for the fun of it?


Why should I explain?
The unattained
Mysterious are so fun to solve
As problems become resolved
Improbable by alienation

This was a test
Do you even know what I meant?
This was created all for imploration
Exploration towards this mind's consent
Did you pass or fail?
The answer lies all from you and yourself
After all it was I who was quizzing you all along
Are still as smart as you think you are?

Now here I am, outward in my own salvation

Submitted: Wednesday, January 02, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 29, 2013

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Written on 1/2/13 and 'Their sane' was written on purpose as a sense of people and the identity of them trying hard to be sane.

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