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as these fatalities turn
to realities the sun dies
behind the cities in my heart
filled with these yuppies
and the moneys they waste
wading through life
displeased living fake
memories onward to a day
jealously hating carefree hippies
raising babies to not join
armies; a new thought indeed
and if only someone would concede
we could harmoniously agree
to feed our minds a new breed and
grow an innovative newly
creative seed of values which
can succeed…. I promise you this
toss away the blindfold
and behold the untold
whimsical, bold
world, created in the minds
of the most carefree
“crazies” who never
tallied the score but dreamed…


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to that cool mountain air on an appalachian trail, oooooh life is better there - yonder mountain string band


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The following comments are for "dreamed"
by dmbrrphish7

Dreamed....
OH, so much said in a few words, this is quite
deep and oh, so serious. ? Me, where are we goin'
kid's, too. The breakdown is a possibly, said losely, imminent. Everyone, look around you.
IF you can, respond, and I think the worst is the "rag", that beautiful woman(obviously very
powerful) balancing on one foot holding those...
This is a good visual...Liked it much

( Posted by: Robinbird [Member] On: January 21, 2005 )





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