Fallen Too Far

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Fallen Too Far Poems

1. Rhapsody 5/1/2006
2. Look On 5/11/2006
3. Radius Of The Sun 5/19/2006
4. Solitary Terror 5/21/2006
5. Death To A Cynic 6/19/2006
6. Set 6/20/2006
7. Take A Picture 6/20/2006
8. Black Is Where The Heart Is 6/20/2006
9. Me In Chalk 6/20/2006
10. Forbidden Love 5/21/2007
11. I Love You I Think 5/21/2007
12. Life Is A Choice 5/25/2007
13. I Ramble Because I Love 7/1/2007
14. And To Think... I'Ll Live Another Day... Despite The Weather 7/1/2007
15. Indigestion, If You Please 7/11/2007
16. In A Glance 7/11/2007
17. Entourage 7/12/2007
18. Count Me Out 7/12/2007
19. Can You Forget What I Said? 7/15/2007
20. Dracula My Love / Lust 7/18/2007
21. Piano In A Painting 7/18/2007
22. Moreover... 7/18/2007
23. Childish 7/23/2007
24. Ridiculous Though It May Seem 7/24/2007
25. Sun To Rise Again 7/24/2007
26. Can'T Go Back 7/24/2007
27. Enchant[ed] 7/25/2007
28. Keep The Original Hidden... 7/25/2007
29. I Put The Hell In Hello 8/1/2007
30. Civil Disarray 8/1/2007
31. One Last Kiss Before I Go 8/9/2007
32. Giving You To Death I Scream In Agony 8/13/2007
33. Writersblock 8/13/2007
34. Through Your Eyes, I See 8/13/2007
35. Not Enough Words To Span The Ocean 8/17/2007
36. I Mourn My Own Weakness 8/22/2007
37. Pride. In The Way 8/27/2007
38. For Dear Gary (In Waiting) 9/11/2007
39. The Ended 9/11/2007
40. A Master In Disguise (Incomplete) 9/14/2007

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We The Poets

We the poets are roamers
Homeless in our skin
Always searching, frantic
For the words that lie within

We the poets are starving
Artists of escape
Looking for the passage out
To fill the hungry ache

We the poets are living
Awake among the dead
The sleepless nights bring us a light
And we push on ahead

We the poets are silent
To release our titan swords
An enemy of 1,000 men
Conquered with our words

We the poets cannot hide
What cannot be withheld

We the poets have a pride
That cannot be expelled

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Solitary Terror

as long as this is me
i will scream
that you do not own me
you are not to justify
this cry
that escapes my lips
this agony is mine
to spare
or breed

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