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Apr 2012
When you interfere, I get an inner fear, that You should not be here
But You interject, and I recollect
The resolve You test, you know what's best
You insist, and I resist
To keep You at bay, in the same callous way
I won't let won't let you in, I can't let you win
To solidify my sin, the kind aside from religion, apart from illusion
Adultery of the Spirit
All poems referencing 'You, We, Us' so on and so forth are a product of my good friend Megan to represent the intangible, mostly encompassing love, but it's open to interpretation. Nothing religious whatsoever, no god involved, just clarifying. thanks! :)
Rose Alley
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Rose Alley  28/F/Englewood, CO
(28/F/Englewood, CO)   
   K Balachandran
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