• Others 25.07.2007

    Fleeting-fancy sits pretentuously bold within your eyes,
    Portraying an image-of-truth…in a declaration of lies.
    Even though the world is a beautiful creation to behold,
    Things great-and-small are compelled to growing old.

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    Fleeting-fancy sits pretentuously bold within your eyes,
    Portraying an image-of-truth…in a declaration of lies.
    Even though the world is a beautiful creation to behold,
    Things great-and-small are compelled to growing old.

    Vegetation beautifies, and provides food for the appetite;
    Fancy the passing of history, so eaten up with time.
    The human mind desires contentment–with a body to be;
    Then, this world so real, becomes unavailable to see.

    You rest upon a mattress, to absorb your daily sleep,
    Beating down the springs that wear away, at least.
    Temporarily, you wear old attire that cover the body;
    Apparel decay converts your coolness–into shoddy.

    Memories are transit–place-to-place, saving memories;
    Return and accumulate again…by adding to sensory.
    That vehicle mobilizes your life–moving here-and-there,
    Deteriorating existence, as you pause upon a chair.

    A brief moment of foolish-fancy assumes to be invincible,
    Revolving with the world–a solid rock-of-sensible.
    Substance-of-matter cannot be destroyed permanently;
    Rather, earth is forever changing form…eternally.

    The true value-of-life depends on a supernatural sight;
    It is a journey beyond the realm of day-and-night.
    Possessions will slip away, as the mortal food you eat,
    Through the powerful results of a sovereign-spirit.

    Since all things pass away, look deeper to lasting-worth;
    Sensibility-of-thought leads-on…before your birth.
    Study the invisible world, that holds earth in its power;
    Receive your supreme grant–to live another hour.
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