RABBIT HOLE

mad hippie poet 1974 (new jersey)



Religion and Spirituality are two different things
they both speak of Heaven and Hell and Gods
One speaks out of Fear while the other speaks from experience of being them and being there

I walked through every fire without my wings being scorched I was a liar a Thief a cheater I was for a time weak I numbed myself with spirits I was both in good and bad ways my mother and father and sons

I am a survivor because all I knew was how to survive
I am a warrior because at times I may lose BUT I always refuse to give up the fight I come back wiser and stronger with the knowledge that you can not find within any book

I went down the Rabbit hole and what I found sort of amazed me I believe I just might have found Buddha hood if  I return maybe I will return to haunted

LIFE EXP IS THE TEACHER NOT SCHOOL BOOKS FOR ANY FOOL CAN SPEW A LESSON OR A PLAN IT TAKES A POOR MAN A ONCE BROKEN MAN TO SPEAK TRUE WISDOM
WELCOME TO MY WORLD  SO SIT BACK RELAX AND ENJOY THE MOVIE, LOVE& LIGHT MAD HIPPIE POET

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MAYBE REACHING BUDDHA HOOD soory for the mispellings

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Written on December 06, 2022

Submitted by Oakley on December 06, 2022

Modified by Oakley on December 18, 2022

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I have been writing for 40 years my poetry is about life,death love,and redemption. after having two near death expiercences and a TBI my poetry has become more spirtual more…

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