Lee Mack

Rookie - 864 Points (Shelbyville Kentucky)

Little People and the Centrifuge of Grace xx xxx xx Original 06 22 2013


Original 06 22 2013





LITTLE PEOPLE THE CENTRIFUGES OF GRACE:


When do little people attack the relevance?
- Of large oppressive ideas re-represented
In politics and the love of comedic first
Principles of nature’s sweep of dusts into
Corners before hidden burials under the
Rugs trampled to finer particles of pop art

Ink and stain brushed by the fingers
Of gesticulations under the practice of two
Dimensional layers of lovemaking - under
The influence of the origami of paper dolls
And the repossession of the hearts of
Toy soldiers –under the influence of mythic


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Mentoring - acknowledge little people if
Within hearing of underlying reality of right
And perfection in the swallow of grace
Long before the nutrient intoxicates the law
Long before the birth of symbolic temples
And ancient vision of visions –long before the

Law of the egg of little people - the salt of
Earth and dry embryo spilling the content
Oceanic nitrates onto that abstract painted
Matrix of dark people in the centrifuge of grace.

Submitted: Saturday, June 22, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 15, 2013

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The little people in praise of grace

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  • Rookie - 864 Points Lee Mack (6/25/2013 4:59:00 PM)

    Grace... Whew! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Report) Reply

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