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THE LAST SCREAM OF A FESTIVE GOAT

Journey of a thousand mile Started out with a smile Boldness and courage were the kit All suit up in strength of great stealth Feeling all ready For a journey of thousand mile A foot step forward Then a thousand steps after Grope in dark, search goes on and on.. Search of what's right ,so I don't go wrong Aggressively I persist about the unseen Yet Hurdles and stomps made it an adventure But I gotta be strong. Dedication stays the drive While Will the wheel Still for a Journey of A Thousand Mile Tides ebb and flow, basked and broke Still hoping and praying to see Dawn Heartfelt words yet strife in the world Still I persist on this : One Time Journey of A Thousand Mile Then and then a manual birth from Divine On how to stay a Fine-Wine So I can grow with this Love filled Vine O' ye "disobedience" is the pine On the Journey of A Thousand Mile Sweats the hallmark Stress the benchmark ! My eyes fully dilated Just as the long Awaited goal draws closer Light shines through across from a distance Through the Tunnel of This Journey of A Thousand Mile I screamed in excitement For I know here comes the moment I screamed some more For I believe I weep no more Then I ran towards the light At the end of the tunnel Still screaming amain, never minding My hurting Bowel For its been Journey of A Thousand Mile A louder sound clouds mine Coming from the corridors Of the past, unto The Dwelling doors of the Present . Mankind is in constant conflict with his Nemesis, The Act of "Disobedience ". Nemesis screamed louder Man's inevitable end Made me scream some more Into the Six feet fitted for defeat Nemesis screamed the most All on this Journey of A Thousand Mile Which ended a Cry. 20/6/2017

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