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Mar 21
You whispered in my ear a theory of everything.
how you thought fate weaved its strings in patterns of pain and pleasure how we set sail through the tides and called it life
You went on and on in a sort of an agreeable-contradictive tag of war with yourself, like a mad scientist and
when finally fatigue overtook you and you stopped,
so did the swindling mantras that hid in your whispering booms
They had torn down pillars where once peace had flourished.
Theories had turned time into a speck and a speck into a galaxy yet here I was, the billionth in a billion, worried that my morning coffee wouldn't remedy your presence keeping me awake all night
Dennisk
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Dennisk  20/M/Nairobi
(20/M/Nairobi)   
60
   multi sumus
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