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Poem by: Marathongman

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it's about living your life now - right here right now - I'm going to rewrite this someday(lol) it's amatureish - was written in 1988

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Submitted: October 02, 2008

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Submitted: October 02, 2008

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Turning pages on desire,

Next page begins another chapter

Tomorrow begins another day

New sensations always thrill me,

Old desires fade away,

Changing courses,

Lighting darkness

With my life's experience,

Then one day when it's all over,

Memories may fill the pages.

Self denial leaves them blank.

Turning pages on desire,

Enjoying life is not a crime.

New sensations always thrill me,

Unlocking doors is always nice,

Lighting darkness with desire,

To see what's on the other side.

Moving targets never stop me,

Changing courses to take aim,

Turning pages takes a lifetime

Shutup!

Be quiet!

Don't blink!

Your life is over.


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it's about living your life now - right here right now - I'm going to rewrite this someday(lol) it's amatureish - was written in 1988

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