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Author Name: Freefanofjims 7 Comments
Date Added: October 18, 2009 18:10:39 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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~Last Breath~

~Last Breath~


Can you look into the mirror and see past your face

Can you stare upon the sky and see through space

Can you read what’s written and still not believe

Can you bury the bodies and not want to grieve


Can you separate the truth from lies on the news

Can you take a look around and not see the clues

Can you have faith in the leaders caught in a lie

Can you live in this existence and still not die


Can you see with your eyes and yet remain blind

Can you be intelligent and hardly use your mind

Can you divide the borders between life and death

Can you find your purpose before your last breath

Author's Notes:
As existence and purpose now begins to intergrate
Walls of optical illution will crumble and disintigrate
Bells of 7 churches antisipate what they initiate
When pages of prophicies activate and illustrate
No One Knows How the Future Unfolds
~Or Whatever It Might Hold~

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Comment By: FreeDamon D. Brewer on March 30, 2010 11:18:38 PM Report
Great work here James!  I love it.  Damon
Comment By: FreeJennifer on November 9, 2009 09:43:45 PM Report
Nice to see you posting! Making us all think and reflect! Awesome poetry as usual!  Jen
Comment By: PremiumEric Siedzikowski on October 27, 2009 12:27:17 PM Report
A wholesome piece that makes the reader think deeply.You are truly a talented writer.Sincerely,Eric
Comment By: FreeShe Whispers on October 18, 2009 08:59:52 PM Report
 when you speak out People listen.. you always amaze me even though I hardly hear from you...
A man with lifes wisdom....

Comment By: Freee. Gene Myers on October 18, 2009 08:31:15 PM Report
Someone once told me, "questions have no place in poetry."  THEY were wrong If we don't question, how are we to learn ... about ourselves, others, the world, existence.  Question marks are part of the foundation for learning.  Loved it and your comments portion.  There's wisdom in dem tha hills   Good one    Gene
Comment By: FreePeter Sammylin on October 18, 2009 07:31:44 PM Report
Hello James,

Many people walk ignorant through their entire life, they indeed see but what they see, hear just what they hear and believe only in those things.  It is sort of sad because the Gods have given us such a wealth to experience...  As is the wealth coming to us whom read this well written work of poetry which helps to remind us of the scene behind the scene!  Well done, wisely said!

Greetings: Peter
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on October 18, 2009 07:12:44 PM Report

James:  very thought-provoking write.  Glimpsing the truth can be very difficult to accept.

Lady D


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