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The Extinct Of Life

Seeing the progress of the applied
Strict sense of science,
The goosebumps all over the nations,
Man's nature being whacked,
The holiness of the adventurous horrors,
The glorious envy's of the human nature,
Makes the the beginning of the end.

If that was the extinction of life!
The dead bodies would build ourselves,
Spiritual motives behind religious aspect
Inflicts gratification of the beholder,
Revelation of the triangular numbers,
Makes exact estimate, for innocent guilt,
To perform what they cannot perform.

Sometimes, clearly confused of,
Beautiful sinners, the misery of,
Imagination to establish Dominion
Over nature, and the supernatural entity,
Less is more of mutual reality,
Blissful affliction, the anxiety among them,
The walking dead,
Proud are the ones underneath, we....

To us, be the subconscious depiction,
And sinful anges shall freezily burn,
The beast that control we, they shalt,
Virtually realize the beautiful hell,
In such, suddenly, the open secret will
Awfully present only choice, that the
Life we live, is of or, the "EXTINCT LIFE"

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This poem is all about the current time and what we expect from today.

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Written on October 10, 2022

Submitted by sharry_monks on October 10, 2022

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Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 1,069
Words 192
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 7, 7, 8, 7

Sharry Monks

Sharry Monks is a Ugandan musical Artist and Poet born and raised from Kawempe in Kampala Uganda. Started writing in 2015, some little proms keeping them to his poetry book titled "The Original Copy" which has a collection of over 500 poems. more…

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