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Suspicious Senses

Written by Morning Star (September 15, 2005)
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There is a true sense that runs deep within my soul,

Telling me of many things to come,

From where it comes I do not know.

A voice from within that is never wrong,

An all knowing being that sees it all,

From where it comes I do not know.

There are things I see I cannot explain,

There are things that I know and have not been told,

From where it comes I do not know.

Some say it's all in my head,

That nobody can know the thing I know,

Yet, they are amazed when I tell them of things to come.

Good and evil are so different and far apart,

And what I see sometimes seems the same,

From where it comes I do not know.

Suspicious in nature am I so much of the time,

That even I have doubts from within,

From where it comes I do not know.

An ability to see into the future is strange,

Yet, all of the things I see do not make sense,

From where it comes I do not know.

Some say it's a gift that makes things clear,

While others think that I'm losing my mind,

From where it comes I do not know.

There are time I wish it weren't there,

And that I couldn't tell just what will happen,

From where it comes I do not know.

Though I sit in waiting for the next vision to come,

I have no control over its out come,

From where it comes I do not know.

It doesn't happen all the time,

Just on occasions when I less expect it to come,

I know not where it comes from, but that it will come and haunt my soul.

 

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