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Forever And Always

Which is longer Forever or always Can forever ever be measured In terms of years or days Doesn’t everything have A beginning and end Doesn’t everything have A how, where and when Or is there no reason No place and no time Or is there always a season And always reason and rhyme Does light have substance And darkness none Is the universe eternal And is it the only one Are there really angels Do they laugh and cry Do they have the same emotions As do you and I Is sanity a thing Does a soul have essence Can one measure sorrow Can the heart feel one’s presence How can jealousy gnaw at one’s soul While pride can override All self control Is fog a sentient thing And cold more than just a sensation Do thoughts take wing…do Angels sing These questions madness,…or fixation Why do I even ponder Does it do any good to pray who cares that I ever wonder It’s not up to me to say I think that ‘forever’ Is a thing of the heart And ‘always’ no more solid Than Sun’s rays And that Questions like these Will eternally puzzle and tease Those who wonder Which is longer… …forever or always?…


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