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With a story, comes perspective of the story. Here
in scope, we find two entities of life. A dominion of
stance has formed with HOBO-A and the friend. Each
embracing life, in the context of experience. Trans-
posing those contexts, into a manifestation of being.
The audience of the world taking notice of manners.

The friend a seeming good person, as the law of man
would call, a reasonable man. Though I'm sure with flaws
of character, that all attach with life. A seeker of
GOD, encrusts the friend. Following, JESUS, in trying
to love your neighbor as yourself. Filling much of
GOD'S dictates to mankind.

HOBO-A, the other side of the coin, in juxtaposition to
the friend. Flashing before the friend, an induced
world of input. Though this input is of the world.
It is enmity, with the teachings of GOD and the
Bible. A weight hangs upon HOBO-A, that gives one
to take pity.

Both characters bring the domains of, GOOD & EVIL, into
a focus. Yet, as observers we can only observe, from
our own learnings. The Bible bringing forth GOOD
from the study hopefully. The world, full of lusts,
brings deviation from the Bible. Though on,JUDGMENT
Day, GOD, will separate the WHEAT from the TARES.

2011 POEWHIT

JESUS SAVES

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SCRATCHES ON THE PAGE,
MAKING NOISE


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