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Oct 2012
I walk outside to see the trees and the leaves
To smell the creek, and let time leak
To look up at the sky and ask him "why?",
But he just stares down at me and begins to cry
His tears walk down my head and enter my eyes
And I struggle to look around at this world I despise

My mind is Ice frozen straight to it's core
And my body shudders, It can't do this no more
I cannot go on as if it's alright
As if there is some sort of bright light in this night
As if all this merciless Hate is alright
It's not alright in fact it's too much
People hating people, using hate as a crutch
Muslim, Jew, *** and *******
These things, these stupid things they belong in the garbage

Tell me when, tell me where did these times disappear
Where all it took was a mere smile for cheer
Now our smiles are absent and our flat screens prevail
We have unknowingly convicted our souls straight to jail
And we have so little Time to laugh and love with each other
It's about time we stop ******* and embrace neighbor as brother
We should all love one another as the cliche implies
Because a life lived in Hate is a life built on lies

I feel my body stir as If i was sleeping
Then I crack open my eyes and notice I'm weeping
The world is a blur, the trees and the grass
But my mind is ready to be molded
Like fire-touched glass
I don't know why I left indoors today of all days
To go outside and cry in the rain
But I walk in and and sit down, to slow my mind for a while
Then I close my wet eyes and begin to just smile.
James Marcro
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