Silencing the mind

Poem by: SkarlettStone

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All he did was glare.

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Submitted: April 28, 2008

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Submitted: April 28, 2008

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Intelligence Speaks

Through confidence flows

Bind and unbind

Unto and undo

You ask the wrong things of the avenger

Be still the movement

Of your will to speak

Of your favors

I am your servant

Least I receive no rest

Yet unpaid

I move on

Awed by my will to serve you

I ask of nothing

And still unnoticed

Pay me no heed

I shun myself as well

And still no thoughts of yours involve my well being

In Love I say

Blessed be

And Still I know 

You will think not of me.


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Silencing the mind

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All he did was glare.
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