Eternally Here

August 18th, 2005 § 9 comments

Create the images
Of your Mind
In the Past.

Create the silence
Of your Youth
In the now.

Create the love
Of your uncertainty
In the Future.

Create the structure
Of your Happiness
With yourself.

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