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When the minds and eyes of others wrongly perceive you
The perception of oneself can become clouded in doubt

In the haze of misjudgment,
doubt breeds the perceptions into reality

As you become that which you are not,
thru the acceptance of these false perceptions

Let not I perceive you, that you not perceive me
Allow me to be myself as I allow you this freedom as well

Share yourself mind and soul fear me not,
as I share myself with you fearless of judgment

Ask of me freely and answer you I shall honestly,
I have nothing to hide

I ask only this freedom in return of you
Let us use the power of communication
and be free from harmful false perceptions


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More than seems, less than known...


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The following comments are for "Power of Perception"
by MagnusVonMythos

Perceptions..Magnus.
I liked ur message in this poem. Thanks for posting the same.

Come on with more..

Regards,

GSVK

( Posted by: G.S.VASUKUMAR [Member] On: July 1, 2006 )

Magnus
"As you become that which you are not" Exactly what a perception can do to a being. I really liked the message contained in this. :)

( Posted by: MsTink [Member] On: July 5, 2006 )





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