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Jan 2018
When you pray do you close your eyes,
is your future paused while your doubt subsides?
Will light and darkness fade to gray in times of seeking hinged on faith?
First the hinges then the doors, force the frame and then the floors
Sadden the sadist, his heart was lost
He bribed the guilt at twice the cost
He raised the question and raised himself
Still conscious, he taunts us with hidden wealth.
When you’re sleeping, do you dream or see,
are there hopes behind your need to breathe?
Can sorrow stay the course of fate, will love turn tides in seas of hate?
Flash first and foolish, melt in mist; chaos the order reverse the list
Sadden the sadist, he never learned
Salvage a secret from the world he burned
He studied lies to find the clues
He offered you solace and you refused
Sadden the sadist is sadly you
Self inspection is important
Thomas James Hogan
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Thomas James Hogan
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