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Author Name: FreeDream Hearted Poet 0 Comments
Date Added: August 22, 2018 15:08:01 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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It’s always directing 
like the arrow pulling the body street side
on Google maps
A hand pulls me too
I see the signs outside my window
Like my neighbor selling her house 
And I awake to see another thing come while another goes
Always over correcting 
Swerving from what lay in the road
and into the curves I go
Centrifugal forces me into the round
A new path to be found
among the wild fennel and queen Anne’s lace
along the road to grace
I’m never really lost
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