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Author Name: Freepyrofungus 0 Comments
Date Added: May 10, 2005 18:05:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Movement Of Time
Shades of gray
Left upon this old wooden tray
Oh no
Its just dust from memories long ago forgotten
Wipe them away
To stop the infection
As the nose begins to itch
A little less awake now
A little less aware
But the cells begin to scrap off
From all of this scratching
Such nonsense
The memories they still exist in time
Floating away into the air
As they no longer stand upon this old wooden tray
Existing in movement
The movement of time
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