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There’s an omnipresent dusk Hugging an antiquated earth Whispering "dust to dust" In the deserts of our dearth Where was the morning mist Billowing from swollen skies Raining heaven's glory Into the corners of sable eyes When was humanity lost To a thicket of omnipotent fog Crucifying the stigma of wonder Impaled by evolution’s final cog There’s an infinite question Roaming the halls of space Searching for a tomorrow That no earthly dusk can erase

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