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Changing Tides

We look to the heavens, we see many stars
though wee see millions, there's only one mars,
Our lifetime is special, by knowledge we gain
speak of our pleasures, don't speak of pain.

As our soul leaves our body, we open a door
If we haven't a key, we need to learn more,
I go through my lifetime, knowledge stays deep
for only one reason, keyholder shall reap.

Evolution's a wonder, that's hard to explain
when man becomes wiser, lessens the pain,
We die as pathfinders, for our future exist
when all become equal, see through that mist.

Flashlight in your face, you can't see behind
eclipse of the sun, another thought In your mind,
You are what you will be, of that we are sure
your heart can be tainted, soul shall stay pure.

Bobby Ferguson 2012. Flagged again after 2 years
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