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Tales Of A Wife: Knock Harder

Knock harder even if,
His heart is gone
With the smokes from his cigarette
And the wind helped to spread it out
Knock harder young child.

Knock harder even if,
His heavy hadal head has decided to rest
Or his ears are locked,
With pillows and a blanket
Knock harder young child.

Knock harder even if,
Daddy daughters made him go deaf
Save no sigh, till he replies
Even the lion show mercies
Knock harder young child.

Knock harder even if,
He is on a hunt to catch a Zs
That not even a thunder on a wet bed
Nor lightening or a cock-crow at midday
Can take him off a slumber

Knock harder my child even if
His heart is gone
With the smokes from his cigarette
And the wind helped to spread it out
Knock till he comes back.

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Ode: Nature (Tribute to Steve Jobs)

When Nature has a work to do
She creates a genius for the do
Microsoft a thought for the ill
Bill made his bill and took to the hill.

When Nature has a work to do
She creates a genius for the do
No such escape for such mark
Facebook has a mark a very large ark.

When Nature work is done
So soon, she off a genius on
Apple not an apple anymore
Steve Jobs did his job then she knocked.

Adam’s Story: The Bite

On me did a perfectly unselfish act
On a selfish motives he triumphs a lot

Hell is truth seen just too late
The forbidden truth we ate

In the faces of life and death
I see Gods signature in dot

On it we lied and was swept
Chased from ever awake to slept.

I am Adam the first
The tree in Eden is my debt

When things go hard criticise my bite
But I didn’t take u down that depth

Its in your options to carefully pick
Or resist so you don’t fall sick

I know blood tells too much
It runs in the vein if you permit such.

Adam’s Story: Observing time

Didn’t grow from baby to teen
I was the only man
Created with a teeth
Well, when I was younger
After the flies around my bottom
Took me into the lesser greenland
I ran into difficulties
It so showed in my eyes and hands
But, when my skin began to wrinkle
Difficulties ran into me
Then I noticed
I was on a running clock call time.

Adam’s Story: A Time

There was a time
The heart never gave a dime

Necessities equalled wants
And then men resembled God.

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