Hosanna in Excelsis

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
To find the essence and fill the life with a meaning, thus presenting purpose for the sake of benefiting humanity with the highest regard....what a mouthful.

Submitted: September 08, 2010

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Distraction of cut shade shadows
Branched by a gnarled grump
Pulling myself further on
Tugging at my best tattoos
 
I cannot budge this time
Not in falsehood so gallant
No bit of sugared morale seen
To be speared, this day, in me
 
I should jump to prize
Acquiring the hymns of pasture
If what is everlasting croaks
Mutilation may be engaged with love
 
Meaning in health serene
Prodigious fight to claim what is
To write the story of my end
Hosanna in Excelsis


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