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by Timothy G. Branfalt Sr., Costa Rica Feb 24, 2009
Culture , Freedom of Expression   Poetry


Wondering why we don't see the shame-
of putting everyone else to blame.
We started equal as we will be, but think too much indifferently.
Take me to your Leader!

Tho may fall a prisoner to a mime.
And must answer him about a crime, but he has nothing left to say as a mime. No doubt, for he lets his followers stand and shout- in pain and time.
And stone away these "sins' of man.
The ones of which he does command.
Follow this path, unto his gate, and see what judgment yet awaits.
You think he'll listen, you'd think he'd hear,
But the quite in that mime yet proves your fear.
He must not tell you of your fate.
Your crippling fast, freedom awaits.

So need no Listen to this mime no more.
For he'll be here, yes here, as you soar.
That's why he's quiet, has all these fears, from the lies he's told you all these years.



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Timothy G. Branfalt Sr.

We are all within each other. When that is realized, our prejudice and communication interference will be that of telepathic communication. We will be one with each other and one with the world. These bodies are only temporary forms that keep us restricted from our own heavenly place.
It is only a temporary restriction, especially upon those who intend to use their "physical attributes" with just the selfish, social advancement of themselves.
If this world had started to gain acceptance and understanding of all problematic errors within, we may have been able to share these "advancements" with our brothers and sisters, who are NOW--not later--in danger, not from the immediate natural disasters, but of those that will not surrender the help they need to overcome their immediate handicaps.
The ones of unshared power with food, shelter, clothing, and then to add the militia.
The militia could have been justified, if its intentions were there for the less fortunate, not to take more from the unfortunate.
I live on my lifelong work of gathering a pension, which is paid back to me only due to many years of work. Others work hard, and see nothing. All I have to Always say is "Me casa, es Su casa!", Mucho Amore e "Pura Vida!"

Your messages are deep
clarita zarate | Sep 9th, 2009
The way you use words to paint an important message is wonderful. I think you could do as the great painters who can stick anything they want in their paintings and they still come out with a message that can't be beat!!! Because one feels how real it is and that is what you are is real!

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