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Demetrius JonesDixon Poems

1. Breaking The Shackles 3/7/2013
2. Issues I 3/7/2013
3. Issues Ii 3/7/2013
4. Tunnel Vision (Issues I) 3/7/2013
5. The Usual Ii 3/7/2013
6. Not Much 3/7/2013
7. Nothing New 3/7/2013
8. My Face 3/7/2013
9. Recent Thoughts I 3/7/2013
10. Recent Thoughts Ii 3/7/2013
11. Lost & Found 3/7/2013
12. Clearer Vision 3/7/2013
13. Character Building 3/7/2013
14. Blank Canvas 3/7/2013
15. Almost There 3/7/2013
16. Against The Waves 3/7/2013
17. The Noble Experiment 3/7/2013
18. Solitude 3/7/2013
19. Quick Note 3/7/2013
20. Personal Vendetta 3/7/2013
21. Let It Be Known 3/7/2013
22. What Happened? 3/7/2013
23. Broken Thoughts 3/7/2013
24. Rambling 3/7/2013
25. The Curse 3/7/2013
26. Mind Of Matter 3/7/2013
27. The Revolving Door 3/7/2013
28. Disheveled 3/7/2013
29. Combinatrix 3/7/2013
30. Reopening Old Wounds 3/7/2013
31. Trust 3/7/2013
32. Mercenary Tales 3/7/2013
33. Social Programming (Socially Programmed) 3/7/2013
34. Oro Médula 3/7/2013
35. Mind Your Business 3/7/2013
36. Antimatter Thesis 3/7/2013
37. Rattles Of The Shadows And Echoes 3/7/2013
38. Platina Calidad 3/7/2013
39. Warrior Monk 3/7/2013
40. Etherion 3/7/2013
Best Poem of Demetrius JonesDixon

Manipura (The Ram)

The year of art
The year of new beginnings

Only made a resolution to fcontinue to do one thing; evolve
Only thing I can do to improve my lfie, before anything else

Obstacles are jading
As are demons

Such as new ones arising everyday
Can I live?

it is hard to be honest?
Why is that facade so important?

Fake it till you make it?
My manipura won't allow it!

The chakra spins slower at just the thought
And makes me sick to my stomach

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Issues I

Self-discipline is a struggle like carrying around a boulder.
To not express how you feel directly makes you grow colder.

Regardless, people will constantly disrespect you.
But they never take into account of what you've been through.

Sometimes you wanna go off for a moment and lose yourself.
Sometimes that's better than bottling your emotions on a shelf.

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