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From the Caffeine

From the Caffeine


I do what I do
I've did what've done

When I hear the Song of the Siren
I don't have to run

I don't, don't sink down like pirates plunder
Driven asunder

I don't endure the fate
of a thousand souls lured to early end-date
Not a grave man you will find

I float up on a conversational tip
Overhearing those Mujeres wisdom and wit

They bold and strong

Bring
    it
               all
                    day
                           long

Reminding me that a real man is heart-strong


(photo credit to http://www.karenussery.com/#!/index)

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