Unity

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic


I have lived

a thousand lives.

 

Within me,

you reside.

All that you 

try to hide,

on this ride

as you bide

your time and

guide our mind,

I find.

 

Not minds,

we are one.

You and I

him and her,

them,

we are one.

 

We are

all the same,

all insane -

All now tamed.

Maimed

by you,

named

by them,

gamed

by us.

 

Must we

trust

in this dusted

Gust

of lust

and the unjust?

Yes.

 

Because we

are her,

they are

you,

he is me,

and she

is him.

 

Us.

 

Blinded

by choice.

Reminded

by voice.

We are all

kin.

Let this din

rekindle

your strayed

heart.

 

Leave your

sin

at the

bin

and drop

the tin

armor.

 

We are all

alike,

like it

or not -

in this

matter

Opinion

Matters not.

 

Union seems

impossible

only when

we refuse

to unite

and light the

fuse.

 

 

 

 


Submitted: October 11, 2020

© Copyright 2020 Fayren Meric. All rights reserved.

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Marvin Thomas Cox-Flynn

A most profoundly contemplative and thought provoking philosophical write that I truly found to be most inspiring and most enjoyable read ...

Fri, October 23rd, 2020 11:45pm

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