Greetings Cosomic Family;
I enjoy the music I have it palying throughout my Home. It is Wonderful Have someone at peace, in this world of chaos. Can you send the web address so I can download this music and share with other members of the family.
Teref Sen Khnum
hey lady it was a pleasure that went beyond measure hearing from you was like the robbin song of spring ,tweet tweet tweet philoxenia you are sweet ,thanks for taking the time to visit me,,much love ,in love, with love ,wizthom
Love the Unicorns! I used to have a book with similar images when I was a teen.
So, is my name really Greek? Does it have a meaning in your culture? I have many people tell me that the names I picked for my children fit into their culture, so I think they are global names: Nina and Nicolas
the sky knows no limits, such as this write,
has touch the depths of my soul,with raw truths,
the stars cast no shadows,
man kind and his lack of understanding,
keep watching the heavens above
through lenses splattered in blood.,
hoping for the king of kings to come,
in hopes of being the first to shoot ,
the stars cast no shadows
mystic constellations wait is that a planet there,
other life forms will they come to bare witness here
to the hands that twitch on the triggers.build the bombs
Flesh tearing bullets.skin ripping shrapnel,
flashes weapons of mass destruction blotting out the sun,
the muck and mire ,great balls of fire ,
the stars cast no shadows
side walks and street filled with dust
where flesh bone and blood once dwelt
just a cold reminder how man kind has failed
in the ways of love,the stars cast no shadows
no not on life ,never on life
when will we learn the stars cast no shadows,
the Shadow we see is yet another injustice,
man is reaping on himself,,first we fought for GODS,
now we fight for resources ,what of tomorrow,
will we fight for stars,when stars cast no shadows,
at lest not yet don't be that fool who makes them fall,
all naw,all naw,alllll nawwwwwwwwww
don't be that fool that makes them fallllll
cause when you do a change will come,
a rude awaking a new dawn,
cause the stars cast no shadows,
It is a cold world that lives to regret,
it's a evil wind that blows death ,
hands raised in peace and war leads the quest
its a icy feeling knowing love dwells not in the heart,
of those who brings fourth demons of the dark,
the cries torn from the chests is a feeling of hopelessness,
across the surface of the globe there are rumors of war.
don't shoot me ,please don't shoot me
i am nothing more than the messenger ,
telling you of the truths ,
the stars cast no shadows,naw alll nawwww,
no ,no,no,the stars cast no shadows,peace wisemanspeeks@protected aka wizthom
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