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Human Kind
by James I. Harris

Friday, February 01, 2008
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Human Kind

 

This soul entered within a vast domain,
it floundered at best it could.
Boundary limit set by brain,
none credible, none understood.
It staggered as strange music played,
my mind in thought, dreams tainted.
Existence based within creation perks,
of tectonic plates, water and fire.
Intellect jelled then attached by hooks,
within prophetic soulís desire.
I emerged from which I'm made,
'Clay of Earth' now thinking.
My being wonders in a vast domain,
it coped at best it could.
Boundary limits set by brain,
some credible, some understood.
It staggered now! Music played!
My mindís thought, dreamt and fainted.
   
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