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Unic Cjonr

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Just As Much


Swift movements through the gale forced winds.x.
The leap of faith from a loving hearth, missed my saddened longing.x.
Misunderstandings, with the pride carried in selfishness, we stir the echo in such a manner, as to topple an avalanche.x.
Destructive power from an inch of our hate, reduce the heart for a perfect fit inside the box of coffins.x.
Hurt has no emotions to the harm we unleash with our mouths and with our words.x.
Below the feelings that crawls next to jealously, you will find yourself in tears.x.
Begging, cursing, questioning, but the reason is never too far away.X.
Playing make believable innocents, for the believe that someone will comfort your instability to surrender, to honestly admit not to someone else but to yourself.x.
Positive intake, drawing healthy objectives towards yourself by pulling in the goodness and breathing in the spiritually enhancements produced by life.x.
We, and especially you who are wounded and hurtful, believe. We are human, we sometimes cause miserable mistakes. We sometimes have to reap the consequences of our actions. We are also brave and have the ability to feel guilt.X.
Tomorrow will come, prepare yourself for the embarrassment and more unstoppable pain. Say your sorry and bury the worries. You are a rainbow and there is no need for rain, you do shine, just as much.

Submitted: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013
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