Reluctance to die, alive.

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Submitted: June 19, 2011

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Imagine you put your words away Save them for another day And no one can use them quite the same Thoughts pervade, but they won't struggle For none of them will reach the air

So they convene, never rushing like seconds scamper to sixty or minutes that clutch the hour.

You hold your thoughts and they measure time, True time, which is free of any time, but now, which lasts as long as you can keep your mind or close your eyes.

And when you do speak, your words will come back as you need, untouched but with new intent Discovering and learning and satisfying... And if you live life adding to your mind, your time is measured in a different kind

And you will never die.


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