They tell us much of the soul once we have matured...

Poem written by Saad El-Asha on Friday 27, May %1

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They tell us much of the soul once we have matured, Long before we start questioning what a spirit is. A soul, perhaps, is the spirit without sugar and all that makes us blush, without goosebumps and panic attacks. Or perhaps it is the spirit with all those. They tell us of the soul before it is highjacked by Clerics and artists, To whom I make no statement. So, who are they? I believe they are the ones who planted the seeds of doubt, As they say. This is the driving force that makes you listen To both clerics and artists.

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  • Good point here. Well worth discussing. But not by me. Cool
    - August 28 2022 20:29:54
    • Are you too old for this shit?
      - August 29 2022 09:00:15