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Osiris

john mckiernan 1953 (Australia)



A waterfall of dreams bleeding into the river of time.
exploding the myths of salvation all is left behind.
we are tiny atoms revolving around a vast nucleus of space,emptiness.
forever reaching into the soft gentle waters
of true love and happiness.
meandering downstream the twain shall meet
in love's school of mystery still waters run so deep.
the soul with no home will rest easy one day
our journey through time will be judged just the same.
Osiris,in the end,was it all just a game ?
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