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Words, Wizards, Superheros

I love words.

That makes me a wizard.
That makes me a superhero.
That makes me a builder.
That makes me a collector.
That makes me an artist.

Words give me my own magic.
Words give me my own power.
Words give me my own tools.
Words give me my own treasures.
Words give me my own masterpieces.

Then, my spells can help ... or hurt. 
Then, my powers can save ... or damage.
Then, my tools can build ... or destroy.
Then, my treasures can encourage ... or enrage 
Then, my art can lift ... or bury.

If words are magic,
If words are a superpower,
If words are a treasure,

What side am I on? 
(P.S. This post may or may not be connected to the fact Captain America: The Winter Soldier comes out on Friday : ) Can't wait!)


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