our poem

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  1. immure

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    purgent thought...
     
  2. One who listens..

    One who listens.. Well-Known Member

    burning within
     
  3. thedeafmusician

    thedeafmusician Staff Alumni

    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul
     
  4. Right U R Ken

    Right U R Ken Well-Known Member

    wandering lost and alone
     
  5. thedeafmusician

    thedeafmusician Staff Alumni

    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul
    wandering lost and alone
    raging pure anger
     
  6. curtius

    curtius Well-Known Member

    But fear holds it in
     
  7. immure

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    wading in the time that moves so slow
     
  8. seeking the key to a door that doesnt exist
     
  9. thedeafmusician

    thedeafmusician Staff Alumni

    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul
    wandering lost and alone
    raging pure anger
    But fear holds it in
    wading in the time that moves so slow
    seeking the key to a door that doesnt exist
    and yet still can be opened
     
  10. immure

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    opened in thought where the greatest things are possible
     
  11. Vega

    Vega Well-Known Member

    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul
    wandering lost and alone
    raging pure anger
    But fear holds it in
    wading in the time that moves so slow
    seeking the key to a door that doesnt exist
    and yet still can be opened
    opened in thought where the greatest things are possible
    closed in the world where things make sense, and sense makes perfect insanity
     
  12. immure

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    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul.
    wandering lost and alone
    raging with pure anger.
    fear holding it.
    wading in the time that moves so slow.
    seeking the key to a door that doesnt exist.
    yet it still can be opened.
    opened in thought where the greatest things are possible.
    closed in the world where things make sense, and sense makes perfect insanity.
    pleading i say hear me through this rage.
     
  13. agony which none can understand
     
  14. Right U R Ken

    Right U R Ken Well-Known Member

    Yet still always searching for another
    reaching out for them in the darkness
     
  15. immure

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    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul.
    wandering lost and alone
    raging with pure anger.
    fear holding it.
    wading in the time that moves so slow.
    seeking the key to a door that doesnt exist.
    yet it still can be opened.
    opened in thought where the greatest things are possible.
    closed in the world where things make sense, and sense makes perfect insanity.
    pleading i say hear me through this rage.
    agony which none can understand .
    Yet still always searching for another.
    reaching out for them in the darkness.
     
  16. immure

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    feeble in mind we all seek.
     
  17. strength of spirit we desire
     
    Last edited: May 21, 2007
  18. immure

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    stirring the pot we ready our selves
     
  19. carol2237

    carol2237 Guest

    purgent thought
    burning within
    a broken soul.
    wandering lost and alone
    raging with pure anger.
    fear holding it.
    wading in the time that moves so slow.
    seeking the key to a door that doesnt exist.
    yet it still can be opened.
    opened in thought where the greatest things are possible.
    closed in the world where things make sense, and sense makes perfect insanity.
    pleading i say hear me through this rage.
    agony which none can understand .
    Yet still always searching for another.
    reaching out for them in the darkness.
    feeble in mind we all seek.
    Strength of spirit we desire
    Stirring the pot we ready ourselves
    For that which is the inevitable
     
  20. Yet reaching for another,
    escaping the web in which we are caught

    (what a brilliant idea for a thread)
     
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2008
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