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All You, Is What I loveI sit here now
With a song [stuck] in my head,
Although I should be listening
To my class of med.
You are in my thoughts,
Your stimulating nature
That your voice has brought
Into this world of mine.
You're a curious man
Hardly speaking much of mind,
Yet when you do
And your mouth is free,
I see there is much to find.
You think I know you well,
And I think I do, too,
But when it comes to talking,
I always find something new.
It is not [always] big each time,
Nor remarkably grand,
But each new thing to learn about you
Is high in my demand.
I love hearing all you know
Even if you don't care to talk,
Because I love hearing your voice low
And I love hearing all the things
That are all you.
If I die tomorrow...I will be missed
And I will miss all that I've seen
And I will cry with my invisible tears
For all that I have missed
For I am now at this moment locked behind invisible bars
Set up by a mother's desire
To protect and to control
These bars that are before me
Cage me and my freedom
They are set into my bones
And make my tears flow
For there is so much right now that I am missing
When I grow older, if I do,
My freedom will be multiplied, yet also lessened
For forced work that is needed for continued life
Will cut my inevitable freedom down
The freedom I had just gained, is then cut short
"Live life and enjoy yourself while you're still young and free,
You do not need to work, and that is a blessing at this moment,
take the best advantage of it while it lasts."
So many times I hear, so many times it's heard,
But what is unbeknown to them...
Is that I am locked behind bars
Set into my bone's
By a mother whose desire is to protect... and to control ....
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A two-time Community Volunteer for the deviantART Related category, Anne is well-known as a positive, helpful force. She is the community's resident expert when it comes to CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and her personal gallery offers a wide variety of tutorials for new and experienced coders alike. In addition, each winter she hosts a calendar project encouraging members to create Journal designs for all to use, bringing more creativity to the community.
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