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Many Shells Lay Empty



Pray walk my path to my inner self
horizons they are many,
Sexual preference has no meaning
in me my friends are many.

A womans love may melt this heart
that's merely in my eyes,
Inside we vary ...pray great say I
let me hear no goodbyes.

Who we love and why we do
is what we feel inside,
Respect for all, no place for fears
our minds lay open wide.

A piece of slime will say ...gaybasher
his list may be at risk,
He rules by fear of those who share
kept secrets on his disc.

I don't mind what we all are
pray have no fear of me,
Words from one who touch so many
my friend they'll always be.

We are just shells ...until we pass
the future carries on,
To one who hates ...who is not them
I say to them begone.

Bobby Ferguson 02/07/2014.

This poem is about who we are and what our sexual persuasion is
I have many friends and also family who are gay or lesbian, greater
friends you will never find, what I am is heterosexual, but that does not make me a gay basher, someone will use this to frighten anyone who is different from me, I only see your poetry and your friendship, who you are inside is more important to me than what sex you are, I am a Libran and believe in fairness and equality for all, never let anyone bother you no matter what your sexual preference is as it has no place in my mind or heart.
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Samantha Summer or Alan Ostrow take it in turns to pimp all poetry on here, who's pimping you both cant a $50 bucks a night and $40 to your pimps who throw you about between them all then send you here, If it's that good what are you doing on this site, pimped by pimps, lol more…

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