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Ashram Ashram


Pride And Prejudice


PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Pride and prejudice attitudes of humans part of the intricate
Everyday behavior of people man and woman young and old
Come it does unaware slithering into the emotions to complicate
Simple thoughts of mind trickling slowly with a strangle hold
Never letting go till the fire starts burning in flames
Dropping dark ashes scattering ember in colors of glowing red
Loosing the personality of what once was honorable to claim
Withering slowly loosing peace till the joy is completely shed
Showing up bare of love compassion of any decent human
Feeling trapped to the core caught in the misery‘s hide
Empty of echoes of laughter till the happiness is gone
Letting the spirit fly by night into the darkness wild

Forgetting the goals set for their own cause and conviction
Loosing their identity surely to the point of permanent extinction

Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008

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