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UN-TITLED

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UN-TITLED

Walking through the desert
A genre-less beast of burden
The flaming orb in the sky
A brutal master so true

She trudges with drooped head 
With feet like lead
Moving involuntarily
Towards the bleak unknown

Hark! What do I see?
A great body of water
Inevitably doomed
Soles bruising Earth

In a for-ward movement
To-wards un-avoidable destruction
Eyes scanning the horizon
Doom is definitely the solution

This great body of doom
Lapping at the toes
She'd rather take the plunge
Than turn her back on it

She'd rather swim across
Than wait for her salvation....

The Egyptians are coming

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