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  I Wave Good-bye Insight 7/25/2011
  Dress Code Misc 6/14/2011
  How To Play War Misc 3/21/2011
 Sandman Calling Lepers Misc 3/21/2011
 I Can Drown With The Rest Of The Sheep Misc 3/19/2011
 I Want To Taste God Spiritual Poems 3/19/2011
 Waving Me Away Like A Dime Store Hooker Misc 3/19/2011
 Enslaved People Of The Mirage Current Events 3/16/2011
 Drops of Sun Inspirational Poems 3/16/2011
 Never Mind World Events 3/16/2011
 Summer Is Gone, And Voices Arrive Misc 3/16/2011
 The Capturing Solemnity of Escape Misc 3/15/2011
 I Arrived For Tomorrow Spiritual Poems 3/14/2011
 Yellowed Fences Misc 3/14/2011
  How To Play War World Events 3/14/2011
  Unheard Misc 3/14/2011
  Someday Inspirational Poems 3/14/2011
  Sand Castles in the Sky Inspirational Poems 3/14/2011
 White Bread Misc 3/13/2011
  The Silence of This House Misc 3/12/2011
 Drop by Drop Misc 3/12/2011
 Under The Painting Of The Room Misc 3/11/2011
 No More Jello For Me Misc 3/10/2011

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I Wave Good-bye

Your moaning does not lighten the dark,
nor does it entice me to smile
in return.
Perhaps, in some small way, you bore me.
I wave good-bye.
It feels right.
Sometimes to move forward we must
force out shades that
should belong
in our past.
Knowing that you would hear my words,
but would be blind to
understanding them.
When we were of younger age,
we would dissipate
like vapourous
lonely beings.
I wave good-bye.
It is what must be done.
Moan at somebody else
from now on. I'm pulsating
with the anticipation
of being me in the NOW.
What a lovely word.
I wave good-bye

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