A Wish From Your Mind
Anyone capable of an apparent torture
Is a fortunate man of combinations;
His nice manhood encompasses the heavens,
Long white baskets are in the way,
Feeling their whereabouts like snowing falls.
Anyone with your mind can judge a punishment
In the meaning of corners that sharply learn,
The pungent smells are stained with blood of the whims
And wishes that entertain you whilst you sleep;
This sitting is a dying look on the fire of coals.
Before the knowledge of excitement,
A sentence has smelt like danger as the dying,
One comes away from the wick of candles.
The sentence is an enjoyment
From the intellectual nuclei so drawn.
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