Golden Shellbacks Poetry in Life's Platue

Theological theory.


Purity of pure dignities, a race to human humanities, a frequency of man’s heart. The misfortune love’s seen broken hearts, offerings of unending heart’s, breaking down man’s frequency of humanity. Humanities frequencies placing the lost and blind,in paths bringing back frequencies of humanity in man’s dignity. Universe of frequency acquire humanity & please man’s frequent heart, for all man shall, help heal the sick & straighten the crooked. Connect frequeines of universe’s frequent heart. Wonders of love’s first place’s to start frequency to please universal freedoms with speeches preaching the best of both humanities in all man.. Minds of body’s to take harmonies in enthusiastic bodies of harmony with thinking often with speeds of the heart’s humanity of lightning beauty.
. The misfortune has been wicked, of a wikid fun & simple wickedness. Eyewitness caught misfortunes, & I’ve been good for tuning of orchestrated beauty symptoms of musical instruments in misfortunes.
Wickedness of times keeping a photograph of imaginary friends a philosopher’s love of mindful harmony emphasizing positives attitudes “everything’s” in life persuasive beauty.
Your destiny emotionally contention esprits of energies. Equal visions energy equal of Universe’s worlds interconnected to multicultural points of many different ways to view, differential information of a wayside view..Keeping a photographers pictured philosophical of a “theological” age preliminaries in a theory, contrary setting mythical stages of a course in wikid friendships in bad,& unconditionally the beauties of love. Unchanged unchain the conditions of your love. Never mind the walking dead in the provocative Arts LOL


3 responses

  1. The GMLA

    Nothing like having to think first!

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    February 21, 2015 at 23:36

  2. Always have to think here! That is what delights the mind!

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    February 22, 2015 at 01:06

    • You Sir are right Thanks for sharing


      February 22, 2015 at 01:17