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It Dies With TimeLike a frog, or a leaf,It Dies With Time by StarsxMustxDie
Like the upstanding and the thief,
All memories must die,
With the passing of the tide.
10 milligrams of saline
And a widow's moaning and wailing
Signify the bell's toll
And the passing of her husbands soul.
The whales will swim
Deeper as the light begins to dim.
'Till the all is black as death
amongst the oceans depth.
As memories fade
And the tide rolls away,
I bury these dreams under a mound.
Six feet underground.
08142009Painfully aware08142009 by Zoklar
that it is you moving around
collecting your things
preparing to leave
while I sleep
fitfully, having been up a long time
though, it's probably best
if you go
072209a jumble of confused words072209 by Zoklar
rallied around an emotion
that changes quite constantly
a quick surge of anger
burns out to reveal
a lost and wandering confusion
that finally finds itself
stuck inside its own raincloud
Musing v.31032009We grow, and we change.Musing v.31032009 by Zoklar
We change as we grow, and we slowly make our way across life. Instead of all the metaphors that I could use, I will simply say that we grow to overcome our problems. That or we grow as we overcome our problems. The appearance of problems is directly related to our growth. Real or just percieved, getting over them leads to growth.
The problem that the surmounting of one problem only reveals a new one, one that was more formidable than before, and we can't do anything but face it, rather than be crushed by it. It's ok though, to fall back a bit, to retreat and regroup. And you are not alone. You have a wealth of information available to you, (not wikipedia) but within the people that you know, and those that you don't. The cyclical nature of life, not just within a single lifespan, but within multiple spans does not mean that life is meaningless and everything has been done before. It means that there exists a wealth of knowledge for us to draw upon and use when t