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Where Eternity and Infinity Meet LOVED BY JESS

Many serious thoughts
cross one’s mind
when the need draws
some say it's normal,
just wait

others shed tears
what will happen
when I'm no more

who shall whack my back
as I whine
who will say a bloody good man divine
who will laugh and shout aloud,
gone is the self wallowing clown

there aren't many dirty fish
In the ocean of life,
many suffer beyond variable strife
yet survive
some die
here and there…
but no one about them does care
ere they die somewhere
out where eternity meets infinity
Loved will be calling out at you
so be it

a rebirth from toxic times,
when all called to say
the guy doesn't rhyme,
anyway thank goodness
he has merged
but someone will yell,
friend but not yet submerged

till then let the twain be fixed
Eternity with Infinity
between you and me
as I embark on a voyage beyond
where there is no need
to be sad
if poetry does
or doesn't rhyme

Composing epicurial poetry too
is no crime
Loved /Lovedly

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I take it that you have combined two pieces?perhaps Jess was a someone in your life?

I like the progression, and the contexrs.

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jess was one of the earliest poets of neo

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Since you don't rhyme you will be forgotten........NOT lol. But you know something? The longer one lives the greater the possibility one will reach another day

A guy told my mom
I won't cross 13
then another one said
I will return from heaven
and I did in 77
all kept guessing
but as you say
100 years live I may
only Covid's exemption is needed today
then I will live to breathe another day
come what may
Even when I die some day
not today
but could be another day
one day
you may say

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