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Page 10 text:
Lovers they had been a while
He puzzled by her laughter
And her smile.
Pouring out his heart, his thoughts
To her were known.
But though she smiled endlessly,
Her feelings never shone.
"Tell me why you smile so,
And what that smile means.
ls it because you love me so?"
"Can you hold back the waves of
Time's deep sea and forever
Be with me?"
Not a word did she say
Not a sound she made.
But when he kissed
Those smiling lips,
A taste of salt there laid.
Page 9 text:
I am a human being. and I am unique.
I laugh at love, I cry with love.
I am strongwilled. and I am frail.
I have reason, and I have affections
I am lonely. and I desire solitude.
I understand, yet I cannot comprehend.
A light breeze rustles white
blossoms. and plays over
cool streams clear.
Cold steel like a twisted snake
winds about this countryside.
upon these hard rails
glides Time, like a collosal steam engine.
Silently pursuing its continous journey
it passes unnoticed.
A man with a long, flowing beard enjoys:
he wanders in this pleasant haven.
He is a lonely hgure on the cold. hard tracks
With Time behind him.
What is time. but an invention of man
To keep him close to his own existence?
If time were no measure, how would man know
That his own life is short and inconsequential?
Except for those few who transcend their own time
And use well the world's tools, forever available.
Man is oblivious to the voids of the world
And seeks not true existence, but lives in true peace.
Page 11 text:
Will You Remember?
Once I was a soldier
And fought on foreign sands
Once I was a hunter and
Brought home fresh meat
Once I was a lover and
Searched behind your eyes
And though you may forget
All our rubbish dreams.
I ind myself searching through
The ashes of our ruins for
The time when we smiled and
The hours that ran wild with
The magic of our eyes and
The silence of our world.
But soon therell be another
To tell you I was just a lie.
I End myself wondering.
'Will you ever remember?
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