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Jun 2017
It's payday
Hallelujah
Take a deep breath
Hallelujah
I'm working
Hallelujah
I'm happy
Hallelujah
With sadness
Hallelujah hallelujah

I'm living
Hallelujah
I'm giving
Hallelujah
And taking
Hallelujah
And baking
What I do, ...yeah
But breaking right on through ya

It's just
What you do, yeah
You're space
You are You, Jah
You're grace
Moving through

Not judge,
But taboo

Loving all
Who love you

(And those who don't too)

Thanks. Pretty cool.

And,

Although I don't hear
With this rusty ear
I know you are there
I'm vaguely aware

And the weekend is close
It has almost arrived
I will be less morose
I will open my eyes

Hallelujah hallelujah
Going back to the Hebrew, "Hallelujah" means "hey you... Praise the Maker"

In today's poem, that is not a command to you, the reader, but a reminder to me, the writer.
Brother Jimmy
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Brother Jimmy  46/M/Rochester, New York
(46/M/Rochester, New York)   
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