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The Hangover
“The death lasts an average of 49 days, starting from the day the deceased realized his death”. Bardo Thodol (The Tibetan Book of the Dead) I beg you, death, pour me the final sip of your elixir of the dreamless sleep. Oh, strongest wine of darkness in the glass I’ve dipped my lips just seven weeks ago, which bitter sweetness promised to bestow upon me an oblivion. Alas, the everlasting boozer comes around. He’s mortal as of now, he is bound to see another one anemic dawn of consciousness among the smoking ruins of non-existence. Curse you all, the brewings and the distilleries of death! The morn of a new life is painful. The hangover, the nausea, the ache - that's all what's left of my sweet void. Oh, the internal heft of being!.. The phlox, the marigold, the clover on my fresh grave are still in bloom but I am born again to suffer and to die.
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