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Mr. Nobody

Bronze Star - 7,044 Points (Timeless / Right Now, Right Here)

Stop Talking To Your Mind, It Will Go Away Like a Friend


Stop talking completely to a friend and see what happens
He's dis you and be gone, done with your crappin'

Move on to bug somebody else who will entertain him

Your mind is like that shiddy friend,
you don't need him around
so stop talking to him and stop listening to him howl

Be still, peaceful and silent

no creating, no replicating, no debating...

Just BE still and find God in the stillness
that is where he/she hides

Turning the mind volume down
is turning the God volume up

You decide how to handle the knob
You own it or does it own you?

Submitted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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