Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

Flushing Poem by Clarence Williams


My message for today is: Flushing  the toilet 

There are seasons when  change just have to take place, (of course you no that) in ones life  I call it spring cleaning, where you have to make a decision  whats meaningful, and  whats not, and
  what have to go asap. But all an all a decision have to be made. There's no need to over analyze facts, it becomes very draining and time consuming. Now It's time for you to flash away some things in your life that has power over you mentally, emotionally, physical, and spiritually, that you handed over and, for some unaware  of it or it was stolen from you when you where a child. Seasons of stuff, that should have been flashed long time ago, and it made one an emotional hoarder. Everything in your house can be clean, but if thee inside of you as a person is not, your being flushed away. love is the key that opens hearts Clarence of greater

Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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