Summer Huggins


Don't think


Pleas don't think or
the bomb will go off,
let your mind blank and,
wonder the space,
please don't think'
let the images fly,
under the eye lids,
the dreams come forth,
they take over the personality,
please don't think,
see the thoughts without,
thinking them,
work is at play when the,
subconscious takes over,
please don't think,
will is more powerful than,
the physical doing,
stand with a pride,
happy as the sun,
envy ready to attack,
careful it's a deadly disease,
please don't think,
humans are all the same,
be carefree and breathe,
in life,
please don't think,
the bomb will go off.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 14, 2012
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