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The value of Salt, Gold, Nickels, Coppers, Buck skin, Cotton paper, Shells Should not be valued as much as Love, Family, Friendship, Trust,
Today, we are more connected than we ever were before But just because reaching each other is easier, doesn't mean we understand each other better,
May 17: Stridulation - to produce a shrill, grating sound, as a cricket does, by rubbing together certain parts of the body
So it begins. The temperature rises. Everyone's running amok Willing to do whatever it takes To make the loudest sounds Find the one, Reproduce, Die, So the ones after me
At least once in your lifetime you have or had a duty Because someone else depended on the deed
Simplicity is the beginning, It is easy, Nothing to stress about But one mustn't stay there for too long
The way it moves It moves softly, Swiftly, with speed In one’s eyes, It’s actions
We see We hear We know more about this Than we need to It’s as old as time
May 12: Equivocate - To be unclear or ambiguous, usually to mislead, conceal truth or avoid commitment
Black or white Red or Blue Left or right Right or wrong Good or evil Truth or Lie
I have a task at hand I must get it done My mind cannot help But wander
Look, see, feel, appreciate Your wholesome personality your walk,
I know this all too well I have two parents Which means twice the yelling I get it
This little part, our corner Our little dot in the galaxy We’ve made something for ourselves, didn’t we?
Want to know what you’re made out of? The answer is simple, but not easy. It takes a great amount of willpower to start
This view reminds me of a Norwegian fjord though I’ve never seen one in my life. The magnificent rocks
I have loved everyone. I did.
May 4: Extemporize - compose, perform, or produce something such as music or a speech without preparation; improvise
Let’s go on About our day. Take a walk, Take in the surroundings,
My, my, who do we have here? such crude presence, shameless attitude, ugh, that coat is an abomination!
May 2: Crosshairs - a pair of fine wires or lines crossing at right angles at the focus of an optical instrument or gun sight, for use in positioning, aiming, or measuring. A center or interest.
Oh my! There you are You’ve caused me trouble, searching for you. Now that I have you,
Change can be sudden Change can be slow Change may not be felt Change can be subtle
Sickly sweet, bittersweet, You pull me in, with that grin, that saccharine smile.