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Panks



He start off
Saying each
Grain of salt
Tickles the
Tongue
He then directed
His speaking to
Say, without instructions
Often it's over used.
Used right it can accent
Long term usage can
Create conditions.
If I say the meaner I
am than I am more
Blessed, mean as defined
as not allowing me to be
Used, exploited, or taken
advantage of. Sifting out
How kindness is defined,
and standing firm in the
Marsh might I not sink.
Not giving into being
Unconditioned not repositioned
Because my reposition might
Be the vacation I need.
Knowing she will lookout
enough for us to keep
Me in her ultra concern. My wife
My lover, my freind.
Someone vain enough to
Care for my health.
But not so vain that she is
The only one in concern.
Love me because I am
Human, and those benifet
Of being human are allowed
To be because you love me.
In full respect of your position
amongst your freinds. And equal
In full respect of mine.
When we need to siftout those in opposition of our togetherness
Might we together with respect to us
Calm those storms together. Nighttime storms can be dangerous. Preparation
Has us knowing how to marginally make way for those thing we need to control.
Each grain measured. Each grain considered. Making equal for one anothers needs.
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Submitted by allanterry542curtis_2 on December 10, 2021

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Scheme ABCDEFGHIJKHLMNOPQNDRSTUVQWXNGYZ1 2 C3 OP4 5 6 6 P7 8
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 1,248
Words 237
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 45

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