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Never Everlasting

The end is never made so clear As a death announcement that you hear The coming of all things done Leaving you alone, once again one No matter how many relations you have Each is special, a soothing salve But … Continue reading

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The Arrangement

The world is a bouquet of flowers with only one seed So we can see how important it is for that single need To find out the stem, the flower and the pistil That in the creator’s eye was the … Continue reading

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The Sign is Made of Wood

We can all see it all over there The cult that has declined We call them the Egyptians Only their stones we find From their stately monuments A death cult is what we see Only wanting to preserve Their bodies … Continue reading

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My Fault

So sad, so sad, with no end in sight There is an ending that’s not so bright It comes with death but is not soon there So sadly it remains, so hard to bear It is always like that throughout … Continue reading

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Inevitable

It seems that there are certain things That I would call inevitable Minor differences that such a change brings Above what we think is possible Some things change but end the same Just taking a different path An alteration that … Continue reading

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The Walls of Silence

Throw up a wall, it was commonly heard Any sort of knowledge is blasphemous word Tell me no tales of natural science that common slur It is unholy and unsacred, build a wall that will cure! They profess an ending … Continue reading

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The Flight of Reality

Premise: Nothing special to note, just another daily flight to Mars, Jupiter, or wherever in the universe one might travel these days. One can look out of the computerized screens, still called windows, and see beyond their panes, into the … Continue reading

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