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All free form Poem- Written for the writing.com Community Challenge Media Prompt 01/03/19
Drum beat rhythm
Listen to your heart be with it
Rush of faith lifting your arms,
You were meant for more.

Opinions, impressions, needles poking with wisdom.
Not your goal is not a shame.
Walking in your own beat
Saying your own name

Something has to fill that hole
Something needs to open a way to the core.
Walled in, heeding advice from your own mistakes
Not worth it, too hard to get it,
Just not meant for it?

Always meant for something more
Always looking for that extra force.
Powered on but draining the source,
Wrong connection,
You were meant for something more.

Let is ride,
Let the intention drive
The words are gone,
The emotions are lost,
Always looking for an out,
But never stepping out.

So stop.

Feel the rhythm, let it gain it's momentum.
Let it ride through through your conscious,
The familiar drive of heeding your own life.
Been so long, overwhelmingly so long.
Detached from when it used to come so naturally.

Let it raise up, the energy giving you a heads up.
Thrum, thrum thrum.
Its your own sound.
Badabum badabum
Hold it, encourage it,

It's in there;
Rhythm, and words, music and rhyme,
Dance and soul.
Just breathe... and listen.

It needs you to hear it.
It wants you to need it
It ready for you to own it.
Its coming back because its ready for you to want it all

Inherently complex and inconsistently content.
Its knocking, pounding, returning from such a long time missing.
Focus, concentrate, it will break through.

Stir it up;
force it up;
encourage it to

Force of the sunburst, and ready to shine!
The core of all that will reconcile the pushing and pulling of the shakey ground inside.
Move with the momentum, it's the depth of what you have been hiding, and ignoring, and its ready to drive.
Embrace the road paved with your own intentions.
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