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Sadness. by Bernard Shaw

Postby Bernard Shaw » Mon Jul 24, 2006 11:38 am

by Bernard Shaw

The setting of the sun is a very sad moment it brings too many memories. Memories left well alone to disperse as they may. The rising of the moon is totally different a soft effervescing light that can only half peer into the depths of that well left alone. My very being is feeling the outcomes of a soul in torment. The well-hidden shadows come to the fore like on a bright sunlit day. I hide as well as I am able the rising torments of a consciousness that leaves me reeling with the ill thought depths of my troubled soul.

Who shall have compassion with a wretched being that is only half the spirit it is meant to be. Who?
Bernard Shaw

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