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  1. page Mayflower (song) edited 17.03.2016 I await the mayflower In her white shining dress
    17.03.2016
    I await the mayflower
    In her white shining dress
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  2. page Mayflower (song) edited I await the mayflower In her white shining dress Eagerly awaiting the mayflower Arriving home f…
    I await the mayflower
    In her white shining dress
    Eagerly awaiting the mayflower
    Arriving home for the first time

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  3. page Sonnets (album) edited ... Sonnet 6: O, one minute they're here, and then they're gone Sonnet 7: Open doors will stay so…
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    Sonnet 6: O, one minute they're here, and then they're gone
    Sonnet 7: Open doors will stay so for ever more
    ? A word that's worth a thousand pictures (10.11.2015)
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  4. page Sonnet 7 (song) edited 23.6.2015 Open doors will stay so for ever more Open up ahead and let them align Open-ended fut…
    23.6.2015
    Open doors will stay so for ever more
    Open up ahead and let them align
    Open-ended future straight ahead, fine
    Seeing those bright lights, through the open door-
    way, you only need a helping hand, some-
    day, you only need an incentive to
    say you really needes to reach back through
    the way you came in, that door will become
    open, to ev'ryone who yearns to learn
    what path you took to serve a greater purpose
    There before you now, with doors in surplus
    The ones before have gone and now't's your turn
    But still, on other's feats you can't rely
    You pass on open doors, and so will I

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  5. page Sonnet 6 (song) edited 6.6.2015 O, one minute they're here and then they're gone Our feelings abruptly turned downside …
    6.6.2015
    O, one minute they're here and then they're gone
    Our feelings abruptly turned downside up
    Were here just long enough to fill our cup
    And inclined to make us depended on
    So, be happy for seconds that you get
    I know they fly fast and relentlessly
    by, still it finds a way to surprise me
    and will again for those not buried yet
    Let my voice be heard and it wont be long
    As't rings with emeotion so it can leave
    An imprint on all those who can receive
    And in their hearts conceive this mournful song
    Before my thoughts have left on sunlit wings
    What's more, my head's less weary of these things

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  6. page Sonnet 5 (song) edited 30.5.2015 'Please', it lacks of richness, and lends itself to th' vocabulary of destitutes 'Pea…
    30.5.2015
    'Please', it lacks of richness, and lends itself
    to th' vocabulary of destitutes
    'Peace' is for the deaf all what he acutes
    And hangs on to, like an 'neasy ice shelf
    'Truth' is only true for th'one who believes
    In that partic'lar version of the truth
    Like 'old' speaks only in the mind of youth
    And faith naught for the atheist relieves
    I cannot bear to think what might become
    If all diversity did meld to null
    The world had never been so bland and dull
    Unengaging, simple and tiresome
    We need old, young, noise, peace and all unheard
    Please, that's the truth, if you will take my word

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  7. page Sonnet 4 (song) edited 14.5.2015 So cold and meaningless it seems to me No vigor, powerless and without hope Forever o…
    14.5.2015
    So cold and meaningless it seems to me
    No vigor, powerless and without hope
    Forever on the slipperiest slope
    To hell for all intents that Man can see
    And purposes, we have none, I should know
    For never have I learnt to take my part
    And always have I lived with half a heart
    In fraction'd time it lightly did bestow
    Yet when you seldom give, you rarely get
    Is that the reason life's an empty glass?
    Is that your empty life that soon will pass?
    Is it the truth that all's not broken yet?
    A hellish tone for ears that sense this song
    To hell with that, I have been deaf too long

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  8. page Sonnet 3 (song) edited 7.5. 2015 T'is the harvest of the slow aftermath and of hindsight, as when in constant flow we …
    7.5. 2015
    T'is the harvest of the slow aftermath
    and of hindsight, as when in constant flow
    we find new ways and progress, slowly though
    't seems easi'r now to map a common path
    The seeds of anger first we rightly sow'd
    Saw them grow like black clouds t'wards bluish sky
    Ears did hark, yet minds slept and so did I
    Also blue, then reapt that which the twins ow'd
    (And so did war commence, thus we did fight)
    For country, yes, but most for freedom, love
    And void of conflict, better yet of faults
    That we all bear within our safest vaults
    As here below, so we find up above
    Then progress comes when we find what is true:
    The fact that you are me, and I am you

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  9. page Sonnet 2 (song) edited 4.4.2015 What possiblism if with time we toy'd Two dozen years back into ourselves come Though …
    4.4.2015
    What possiblism if with time we toy'd
    Two dozen years back into ourselves come
    Though it would be a primer state for some
    Dead scores a life, for thousands but a void
    One third of this would be the fruit for me
    O! to recall the sense of my first kiss
    And still have ten with him I sorely miss
    And double that ere I feared death like he
    Though how could I survive the void of now?
    Or wait six years until I saw you smil'd
    Then thirteen more until we had our child
    Yet still one moon beyond I gave my vow
    Ill-fated and cryptic like hieroglyphs
    My longing for impossible what-ifs

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