James Darwin Smith II

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The Reveal

This silent dialect speaks loudly
To those who can hear me within
These messages are so subliminal
Can you hear them even now?

A heartbeat away from hello
In the waking hours of gleaming eyes
Welcoming in a prophecy so worth the wait
The charismatic confrontation
Beyond the expatiations of a lovely worthwhile

To seize the moment of its better days
Is to make things come to fruition
Breaking away from negative notions
All the way to the epitome of all things positive,
Near and dear to every sacred situation

So now everything is ready
Just got to grab on for the ride
A victory that has always heard me
A flower bevy of a spark so bright and giving

This silent dialect speaks loudly
I hold sacred to who can hear me within
Cracking the code of my subliminal nature
Being heard from now and beyond till then

Beautiful one, Can you hear me now?
I sure love hearing from you

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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