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Daytime (standard:poetry, 85 words)
Author: Reid LaurenceAdded: Aug 20 2010Views/Reads: 1313/0Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Old habits are hard to quit.
 



Rane over me 

As new fallen snows 

And the power of Him 

Like lust 

Only grows 

You can't stop 

The hero 

For all of his hype 

And heaven dust crowns 

Mister Jones at his height 

The peak of my measure 

Sweet Jesus in vein 

A habit I practice 

Must end in due pain 

Trudging in tar 

Made it too hard to walk 

But galloping horses 

Encircle my block 

Can Judas save me? 

Too floating to tell 

How long will it last? 

My brother from hell


   


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