selvin mcrae


The Occupied Mind - Poem by selvin mcrae

Occupied minds
Written by Selvin ‘Ewan’ McRae /

For you all, I will always write what I see
I will even include the things that I feel
No short change, from you I will never steal
I will always bring it and give it to you real

We sit around numerous times and we wonder,
In depth, sometimes we even look into ourselves
We read novels and often times by the media, we’re mislead
From all this nonsense around, we try to make sense

The mind is a powerful tool of the body, use it
Don’t go hallucinating and be gone with the wind
Believe half of what you hear and some of what you see
Exercise the use of your brain and keep your minds free

Attentively, we should watch, listen and pay attention
Interpret the parables, please, no miss-interpretations
Expand the mind, participate, and just follow along
Say yes when it’s true and no when it’s wrong

Occupied mind or un-occupied mind, which one are you?
Is your mind an open shell or fill to the top as a well?
Like the internet is our brain and I know this is true
Log on within ourselves and break the un-occupied spell

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 2, 2009

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