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There was a reason, a motive to be.

The rays of light were on vacation,
The stars blocked by our civilization,
There was nothing to see, but in your mind,
There was clarity, there was a reason, a motive to be.

In thin air the friction ignited, the rays were
back at work and the gentle curves of this
newly lit match blazed your sight with opportunity,
An illusion of discovery was born.

No longer did you feel your way around,
Feeling was no longer necessary,
The rough walls were avoidable because now
these rays were your guiding stick.

Rotation after rotation it became commonplace,
With our vision defined and our emotions behind
We walked the easy path,
the one whose shape we did not make.

Your sensitive feet lost their touch,
The road was paved and unobstructed,
You zoomed past it all with no consideration,
No longer did you greet the world with touch.

Somewhere along the lines, vision made you blind,
so close your eyes and realize in time,

There was a reason, a motive to be.


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it was all spit without the gears
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Words can leave you salivating
But sweat builds the fucking mountains
So don't ever forget that in a heartbeat
I could carry your dreams and forget I even did

You're swimming in it, but you can't even float
The irony of words is that they hold the strength of plans
Without the gunshot
You'll never be grand.

We can all aim high but precision does the talking
It's all too simple these days
With the chatter and spread of information
We're suddenly heroes and activists

But we haven't even blinked, the AC,
It's still running. It's near silence
but its not. The inaction,
It's deafening.

Heck I've gone mute,
I can't even rhyme shit
that could emphasize the prolonged
dream of a typeface, the letters were blank.

It was always that way,
It was always silent because at some point
We stop pinching ourselves and assume
that it was deserved…



It switched.
Unequivocally different.
Through those hardships
We finally turned around.

Perhaps reflections and glimmers
Gave us sight when we could not claim
But the panoramic put the shimmer
To shame.

Thank you.
In this brilliance we rose
Hoping to understand why the routine
drifts away in prose

For every detail and every insight
The neurons kept firing in question,
Let us speak for it is time
To mark this audacity in rhyme.

Although subtle
The cues went noticed
The portrait tact
And yet somehow,

But lets digress from these colors
Let the light paint our shadow
For the steps keep calling
with a subtle vibration

We know its time.

On nature's sincerity

I wish I could But I spoke nonsense I wrote it rather To speak it back to you.
The trees spoke quietly I looked from above and smiled The sun tucked away and I hoped It would spill its secrets.
The picture was rightfully painted Had I blinked, I would have missed it. Do not use sincerity It is not becoming of usage.
Learn to become And you will see the world As it was born It will smile once more. x