Keys: Poetry, Philosophy and Muses

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 11, 2011 - Poetry - 97 pages
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Keys is an exploration of thought. A sometimes cerebral look at the taboos of humanity and the attributes that make us who we are. The beautiful and the ugly sides of being human. It is a sometimes, hard to accept look at the psychological conditions we all share and fight to keep in check. In our society we have made even the thought of some acts taboo. Some inspiration has come from current events but most come from a mind let loose to wander and explore these forbidden thoughts and fantasies. Much inspiration came from disgust in myself and of what we call humanity. Even in these I hope the reader will find some hope and solace. There is an underlying sense that we acknowledge these shortcomings and in that, change. On the lighter side there are brief bits of humor and irony along with purely fantastic muses sparked from a single untamed thought. From the dramatic imagery to the ethereal you will be taken to the edge of sanity and move beyond what is comfortable and be urged to take a closer look at who we are as individuals and as a people...
 

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Contents

Intro
7
12
9
On a Stone
10
The Ones Yearning to Be Numb
13
Who Are We?
14
Green
16
The Clarity
17
Never more
20
Virgin Black
61
Cemetery Quinn
63
Death in Motion
66
Yea Deep and a Noose
68
My Green Bowl
69
The Divine Gift
70
Discharged Deity
71
Eight passings of prudence
72

Nirvana
24
Blue Sunday
29
Brother in the Dark
30
Entwined
33
Loved Seas
34
All the Power
35
Blood River
37
Midnights Demon
38
Murder
39
Nanny
43
Whiskey Park
44
Survivors
46
Hes dead
50
Chiopi
54
Messiah Bob
57
Spiral
59
To Know and to Feel
75
Deus
76
No Love
77
Strength
81
Crying Eyes
82
Snapped
83
Abstinence
84
Boy Warriors
85
Everdeep
86
Gyre
88
There Is No Heaven and Hell in Your Mind
89
Hark unto Thine Own Full Moon
92
Nether
95
Goodbye
97
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