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Think beyond the boundaries of a normal routine.(0.00 / 0 votes)
See the magnificence of an imagined scene.
Lose the inhibitions that keep you chained and bound.
Hear beating vibrations of an unfamiliar sound.
Dive into a dewdrop to purify your soul.
Climb the rays of sunshine to heights you can extol.
Listen to the echoes in the canyons of your heart.
Breathe-in the aroma that gardenias impart.
Love one time so deeply that you are lost in space.
In transcendent glory display mercy and grace.
Ride on the carousel that circles every star.
Eat foods never tasted from the divine bazaar.
Create an illusion transparent to the mind.
Experience the power in all that's good and kind.
Walk the path not taken finding places to explore.
Touch the wings of angels and feel your body soar.
Merge as one with nature in a new consciousness.
Affirm your existence in a now timelessness.
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