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Crash the waves with the vehemence of a soldier ant,
Bang the drums as if your life is depending.
Reach out and grasp out at the bleakness,
Absorb the cute snowflake and watch it whither to clear.
A tinge of yellow, a subtle grey,
Tip tapping pearls adhere to my screen.
Each little droplet has its own story,
Where did it come from, how did it flee.
As vast a void as I have seen,
Digressing devoutly on to supreme.
Wailing like a thousand babies,
A harmonious greeting for you and me.
Trembling vibration, give us a clue,
What is it that you want to implore.
Words are tight, caresses are right,
Simply put, there’s a need to shut book.
Where you go, who knows with offending,
Take your storm and fling out to sea.
Behest your foreboding, lament your intention,
Destruction and all, we just don’t need you.
Now you know, melt like a freeze,
Trickle away, convert to a stream.
Do whatever, I do not plead,
Reality is an extreme.