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By Sheila Woolum All Rights Reserved ©

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I stare at the wall that is before me , waiting upon an answer without any relief , I am lost within my torment of time that slips before my hands, these hands gave so much then I was stolen for a time to give back to those that waited before me, how could one be on a box a box of ashes that have fallen within the hope of the unknown and then I am stolen , stolen again for a hope to be risen , not as those that see me but the vision of those that have hope they are without their own home ,

Beauty , she has only eyes to see pain , but then she would wait for a thousand life times to be upon the hidden dreams of breath , breath of pain , and breath of punishment , forget not yourself if you fell beneath the layers of the ceiling for it is without its own walls , and without its on vision, it is the ceiling of hope , it is the ceiling of change, and nothing is without nothing and nothing is without something, they tell us what we wish but there is a time where we would rather feel than to bleed, there is a time where our hearts forget not our only hope to feel as though we are dead, dead from the hopeless cause it is that in which we wait for our vision we are our hope , but we where once dead, dead to ashes and dead to those that had hope , our layers of vision lies beneath the broken pain and broken hope.”
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