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Lee Mack

(Shelbyville Kentucky)

Standard Bearer xx xxx xx Original 12 07 2013


In every door way passed - shadows stand heightened
To the measure of lively people - standard bearers
Advertising inquisitive themes related to ethnic
Fathers obliged to re-represent necessary forces
Living inside - for good obliges to take fathers’
Knowledge under advisement –holy hands
Experienced obliged to cleave to play devoted
Roles to live up to - heeding the mind’s dependence
On faith- Will the body’s potential tremble on
Approach to villages that lead to promised Holy
Land? What does Madiba regret that Obama met
Drinking wines to commission rolling homelands
Of Transkei on the Indian Ocean Coast and Sandy
Hook on the Jersey rim opposite The Atlantic…
Markets increase will hazard love supermarkets of
Time - stock boys unmasked exchange waste from
Lust and open market counterfeit moral values
Thinking colored faces the drug that dreams of light
Belief in darkness turns hearts to nightmares come
To life resolved to regulate the moral of face colors
Fanciful wet dreams remaking ours and hers - muses
Of poetry and mime leading each other to make love
Never to suffer mistakes of mind to forsake divine
Benefit for the infinity the self expects of love.

Submitted: Sunday, December 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
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Self love... what makes a comment is 20 or more letters
but letters to whom? And so Mediba.

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Lee Mack copyright 2009. ISBN # 0615318347. No permission granted.

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