Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lover


perfection dreaming in search of a fantasy longs for an angel pure content subconscience seeks comfort in the old ways © Leroy Wilson

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Insecure


again the fuse is sparked within seconds tick war games tightened diaphragm passage unchosen no willing participant condemned insecurity is manus island enslaved in torture living perfect life though their choices lawyers juries secure in judgement prized innocence perished birth … Continue reading

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lost


the silence echoes cold creased bed sheets bare witness broken hopes and dreams © Leroy Wilson

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Revelations V: Jihad is me


“In a corner of my soul there hides a tiny frightened child, who is frightened by a corner where there lingers something wild.” (Shaun Hick, The Army of Five Men) Human beings endure hardships. This is normal. Whether that hardship … Continue reading

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Alone


Sitting alone I like it that way Sometimes Forces me to face My humanity Taking their side A better man I could be Turn the other cheek Good books say That man Jesus Talked about Forgiveness No honour If you … Continue reading

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chemical love


bleeding opium fires burn for centuries ashes reflect time courage steals the moment fortune battles the dark clouds © Leroy Wilson

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100 Years From Now


Riding round the mountain On a bareback horse Picking all the wild flowers In the spring of course Sharing secrets with the Thirsty blue gum trees Pollinating passion With the sacred bees Inspired wisdom The kookaburra sings New life in … Continue reading

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