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I'd never wished my words nor my deeds to be used for ill.
In any shape or form, no evil must come from that which is I and I.
No evil, is to say, that had not come FROM me.
In short, if evil is not the intention it should not be inferred.
and since my words hold no malice,nor do my intentions behind those words...
so no hatreds nor malice should follow them.
I may look like the respresentation of your Him.
But I am not Him.
a bit of "that" may reside, and yes it does,
perhaps moreso than the average man.
I am not your god, as you think of him.
I AM your god as I am, nothing more Madame.
I am fulfilling,
I am delicious,
I am Carnate.

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The following comments are for "Carnations (free verse)"
by Robert Walker

Does this line work for you? ;)

Pretty cool piece! Thanks.

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: December 15, 2009 )

Think of the root of the word, carne, and then the subject. lol I', starting to have fun playing little games with readers like that. It's akin to when I paint murals etc, I throw little things that you'd only see if you look real hard. lol just keeping it loose brother. Thanks

( Posted by: robert walker [Member] On: December 15, 2009 )

Pretty sneaky Robert!
Brilliant're a thinking man's poet!


( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: December 15, 2009 )

Thank you Ma'am.

( Posted by: robert walker [Member] On: December 17, 2009 )

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