What you lack I Offer, Turn Your Back Before You Falter

Those hollowing calls, in the Truth all else will be resolved raging the realm of reasonable substitutions, its retribution. Pride prompting principles preposterous when not contemptible  drowning in unethical repute scornful the foolishness we salute   Recklessness is in fashion, it's nefarious so how did this happen oppressed opinions if obedient now hostile it's just…Read more What you lack I Offer, Turn Your Back Before You Falter

A Sin To Begin Tragic At The End

Mum's this mythic muse inaudible harmonics in articulated interpretations When wisdom concedes dubious foul-mouthed fracas before confusing speculations   Feeling the wear and tear time scrapes and scolds weathered skin breaks in the cold The surreal symphony of syllable never said at death a life in review never once had I said I love you. …Read more A Sin To Begin Tragic At The End

I Believe I can fly

You must fly gravity clipping wings denying the sky. In my mind seeds of dreams take root, grow shoots. Still, mountains to climb the fears of doubt are yours, not mine. Must we be careful of family and friends their pull on a dream may never end? Some will try! will stop you with any lie…Read more I Believe I can fly

The End Doesn’t Justify the Means

Sandyman's quote to the World:  "To the people of the world, from the wealthy to the meek add the destitute to the weak, in the things that you seek! in the end, what will you reap"      The end does not justify the means heartless sins in the wake of your schemes. Blind turning…Read more The End Doesn’t Justify the Means