Samael Yugalin Emrys

Rookie (13-04-1991)

Be My Friend Again

I feel sad! I feel sad! ,
don't seal me, for that
I am mad! I am mad! .
Yes I had! , for that I am sad.

I lived on the red river in a castle
where every thing wasn't red but black! , so
don't hustle me for that I lived in a castle! ,
not in castle as it was but with the wastrels.

Never thought as I was taught to be, begone!
Ever I felt what I sought I was slaughtered
for that I never was wrong with the prong! .
but my life never always sang the prang.

Riding in the river of life's pool,
hiding things do the fools.
I am not the fool for my soul
for that I do many fouls! .

I was sloppy to make you sad
yes, sappy person I am but
never felt not to felicitate for that
most people do hesitate.

Forget the things that happened
so make the hinge deepened.
Be my friend again but not for the trend.
Be my friend but not for the trend! .

Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2012
Edited: Friday, October 19, 2012


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Dedicated to a person who misunderstood me

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  • Rookie Yoonoos Peerbocus (10/19/2012 11:59:00 AM)

    forget the things that happened----to FORGET IS TO FORGIVE leading to awareness and's a value based piece (Report) Reply

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