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G J O'Brien Aug 9
Personal development and good habits are really the only true path to happiness, envision your full potential and greatest self, discover new limits, and know no boundaries, curiosity and experience comes in abundance, explore ones wholeness. Be zenful, paint your aurora with the emotions of acceptance and gratitude. Open your spectrum of anticipation, widen your view of the mind. Develop a habit of healing the restlessness. Feeding it calmly with thought.
G J O'Brien Aug 9
Being the musician in the room you will never know how it truly feels to hear the sound of your own music, for you are the origin of that very noise.
G J O'Brien Jul 13
Late night no morning, light sleep tight throughout the night, blackness fades as the candle glimmers, thinking and wondering as dark turns to dimmer. Can't sleep, just think, fall into the deep as if you barely blink. Comfy slumber mind, time to unwind, feeling kind, and slightly blind. Sleep silently feeling dunce, and wake to a new day as if you've only blinked once.
G J O'Brien Jul 13
Let love flow, is that so, say so, how so, just go, even flow.  Love is blind, keep in mind, lacking time, Quite divine, Also fine, but never mine.  Love is quick so hold on to it before it starts to slip, it may start to slip, do not let it go, it may leave forever, but no matter the weather, it was better to have the never.
G J O'Brien Jul 13
The sleeping moon does not fear for Sunny boy is always near, though space may be a very big place, he'll always sleep with a smile on his face. They may be miles and miles apart but warmth from the Sun lies deep within his heart. He'll sleep silently throughout the night and wake to a new day with morning light.
G J O'Brien Jul 13
Floating on air as if it's not there.

Rubber Underneath bumping beneath.

The glass beside that magically floats down.

Is usually smeared and squiels with sound.

The seats are comfy and rides are bumpy.

When we're on our way in the car today.
G J O'Brien Jul 13
An the Sun says to the Moon "though day has to end, soon will meet again".
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