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No Less Than Diabolical

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No Less Than Diabolical

Wake up! It’s an emergency!

Maintain a vigilant defense

On both sides of the border fence

But know this

The border fence only helps

Keep us secure without

Not from poison within

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No Bread for Bread

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No Bread for Bread

The store has eyes

The store can see

And it’s my job to monitor

The sights it shares with me

Loss prevention my focus,

My job, store security

 

The store opens its eyes to me

It lets me take a look

It let me see the loaf of bread

The hungry young man took

But this man

He was no common thief

He had no job, no money, no food

In my observation, it’s my belief

A desperate man did

What he felt he had to do

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In My Time With Mr. Clock - rAveNswAn

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In My Time With Mr. Clock - rAveNswAn

In language, we often personify our descriptions of common objects, for example, we say a clock has a face and hands. This connection between an inanimate object and a human is a cross section of sorts providing segway for a twist in perspective and the telling of a both absurd and yet accessible story. Such was the case with In My Time With Mr. Clock. Surely if Mr. Clock has a face, he has two ears, two eyes and a mouth which he can cover with his two hands in a hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil kind of way.

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A Feather To The Wings Of Darkness - rAveNswAn

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A Feather To The Wings Of Darkness - rAveNswAn

I believe we choose the seasonings and spices we add to our perspectives. They are not always good choices, even though they may initially taste good. Who's to say that some poisons don't taste good? I do not know, nor do I want to. Yet many sprinkle away at their lives with seasonings that leave them bitter and spices that combust from their insides.

Again, I believe that is a choice, and I choose not to.

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