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Eating at the table of consequence
prepared with choices and deeds
laid out in a spread
I Remember all to well
i dine on past

I sleep with an atheist, still holding firm to my beliefs
loved one who could not return such favors
Yet loved as marbled slab, though he have chiseled me
took communion though never catholic
yet walking with righteous gave wisdom
held death in my hand, never embraced by it

so much food for thought, I pause
seeing regret on that table
consequence of action eating my just deserts
how i envy an empty plate
though freedom of choice, but no of consequence
so i eat them and don’t complain
prepared with choices and deeds