Clinton Siegle


A Book - Poem by Clinton Siegle

reality makes well now a sitting duck waiting for a duck hunter only to find someone else is out for the goose not a duck. ·.The trick is to not let people know how really weird you are until it is too late for them to back out. I am just one step away from being rich, all I need now is money. I am not hard to buy for. Go to a bookstore. Buy a book. Share this if you admit that you are weird and do not care. If you cannot stand my humor then do not add me. I stay a bit overweight because it would not be fair to all the skinny people if I were this attractive intelligent, funny and thin. It is a public service really.... Human beings cling to material things that are cold as snow, whereas I seek the flame of love.. For I have discovered that material things kill painlessly, but love revives us through torments. Often people who criticize your life are the same people that do not know teh price you paid to get to where you are today. relax we are all crazy it is not a competition I am the kind of crazy you were not warned about because no one knew this level existed. The greatest prison people live in, is the fear of what other people think. Did you ever listen to someone for a while and wonder who ties their shoes for them? Me too. Been there done that. Then been there several more times. because apparently I never learn. IF you wish to understand the universe, think of energy frequency and vibration. Humans should not meddle in the in the affairs of dragons... humans after all taste good with ketchup...A book is a magic portal to another dimension- taken a book is better than any drug to be high on for to read brings about imagine

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 2, 2019



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