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Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Ancient Pain Catalysis Choices

it is not about pain
but interactive waves
philosophy applied

into love life lessons
thought wave concepts
belief lived aspired to

discipline in cut codes
agony existent lines
crossed or within held

which will code define
acceptance character traits
personality set response

pain response techniques
carried or bitter cursed
swallowed or curse cast?

destiny seized

in peace circles

or greed
anger fear hatred
lust bites

into dark rages

in demonic hate

choice master cruel
pain or pain will warp lives
morph into hate rages

cause and effect
produce changes

pain is an effect
not a cause
pain is catalysis

pain is crisis origin point
pain is transformation point
pain is mind splinter point

water stores releases energy
nerve endings damaged organs
store release shock wave pain

pain has many levels
resistance register points
pain is lightning rods

focus upon pain
pain agony intensifies
distract consciousness

pain shift distraction dissipates
bliss health vibrant zero pain
injury sickness pain raw explodes

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Submitted: Saturday, March 09, 2013
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Complete version of the split images 'Choice Master Pain', 'Pain Bitter Cursed Cast', 'Pain Begs Crisis Point Release' and 'Register Resistance Pain Points' by Terence George Craddock.

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