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demarice stainback Poems
For the chains that bind the hands of time, From trees falls sweet of natures wine,
Is there any good left in the world. I know I don't want to say,
As standing, is he that take my sight, had broken my spirit in the blackest of light,
As I lay for it is just on this day, foreshadowing the wisdom, for which I may,
Blood, sweat, tears, the sum of my fears,
Of flesh and bone, but of a throne,
Gone the world 'Lady of the sea'
The rise of your demise, for the glare that sparkles within her eyes,
Gone the world 'revelations'
Oh but rider he has come, as pale as the wishes and prayers of the some,
Gone the world 'fallen angel'
My father I will follow, my soul, my heart, my tributes to these gifts will tear us apart, for i love you so dear as my heart will cheer, of all things that you have givin, I hold are so near.
When stars began to fall, the Earth shall end for the nights will call,
Of Those We Endure
I would like to give this blessing to you, , to send this message to all that is true.
The screams and pain, from the worlds insain, a call of grace, from this dreaded place, , , ,
Flesh of all flesh, blood of all cold, His words are of poison, as stories that have told,
Do you believe in folklore, do you believe in me,
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For the chains that bind the hands of time,
From trees falls sweet of natures wine,
we drink and be merry and all seems fine,
and swing from glory on heavens vine, he call.
As darkness whispers and the oceans fall,
Please take my soul but overall and take me my father,
for my spirit calls, for i have ask of all,
through sorrow and shame, for we will be sentenced for all in his name,
for the book of vain, is his hunger pain, that striped us from the glory, in which we came.