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    FROZEN FRUIT

    We can freeze the fruit
    Split the atom
    Turn memories into shadows
    Shadows into memories
    Blistering rays of the manmade sun
    Skies below the clouds cry
    And the screams of god’s children
    No louder than the eagles that fly
    Where are you Noah?
    Brother of the flood
    Tell me the mountains that rest your claim
    Pass on to me the habits of your faith
    Pass on to me the passion of building strength
    The recklessness of discovering truth
    Acknowledgment of eternity or finality
    We can’t douse the fires of hate
    But we can freeze the fruit

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    I like the ending, how it sort of 'deflates' from the build-up gathered. Habit of faith had me thinking. Like, Am I free if I have habits, // what is Faith and what is Free-will against negative patterns/habits, and what are the essences of virtues, Good habits, where do they interchange and become less "habits" and more of your inner-nature. That line where things cross. This was cool, I like the image-concepts you explored. As well as the rhythm that kept it together.

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