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In a minute I’ll start again,
It’s the same as it has always been;
With every human’s desire to change,
This whole world of women and men.
Mere cell death has changed me:
Shedding and shredding and shedding this skin
Looking but longing for old points of view;
Looking without what was once within.
Here, with a passing glance,
Chance has shown a glimpse of the true,
For you aren’t a bit who you were before,
Go forth and rejoice for the updated you!
Have you ever had a pivotal moment,
When suddenly all the world seemed to shift?
And everything that you once thought true,
Just left you lost, out at sea, adrift...
In a minute I’ll start again
It’s the same as it always has been
A world with blinders bustles about
Without the courage to look within.
46/M/Rochester, New York
(46/M/Rochester, New York)
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