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Fall Memory

when memories arise
men will fall
the earth...

earth will grieve
for it has lost the

thus God dies
along with the illusion

and a new journey will begin

the universe ceases to exist
this dream
no one wakes up from

the memories,
where do they come from?

and they woke up
with the songs of the heavens
resonated by the nova quartet
exploding to the tunes of the
forever fountain
in the eyes of cosmic angels



Jeevan said…
Good one bro!
Pauline said…
Very powerful!
Kavi said…
How do you manage such works..! The placement. Of space. Of have raw talent..
Nahuatl said…
I am dumb to say anything :)
Ghost Particle said…
[Jeevan] Thanx bro. And Welcome Back.

[Pauline] Thanx a million.

[Kavi] Things just happen sar, just when I have this rush, things happen...

[Nayan] no u r not, u r just lazy to understand :p

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