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Indeterminate Subject
Gregory Crockatt (October Second Ninteen-Seventy-Four / Grace Maternity Halifax)

Indeterminate Subject

Forced to probe into the subject of
indeterminate discrimination we lie
all of the sudden our unconscious
will kick in and destroy the glint
of envy in our eye.

Taking life for what it is and never
passing up the possibility for adventure
will help the unappreciated or the
unconcerned remove pretentions and
take up heart to begin a new venture.

But (and I know thats no way to
start a sentence) , as I look upon
the faces of those who surround
me and understand myself more fully
I can without a doubt remain pleased
with what I find inside. (of me that is)

Lack of difference among us all
yet incredible difference
exists between any two
we follow our selves around
seeing others as less
We don't really know anyone
hardly ourself.

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