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Who has ever survived his death since antiquity

Experiencing trials and hardships along the way,
For four years I’ve witnessed the truce in full play.
The nation’s at stake as the willow catkins in a gale,
My life is the drifting duckweed hit by rain or hail.
The defeat at the Panic Beach panics me constantly;
Passing the Lonely Bay, I feel even more lonely.
Who has ever survived his death since antiquity?
May my brave heart mark the history with loyalty.

Copyright © Charlie Way | Year Posted 2018


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  1. Date: 12/12/2018 7:46:00 AM

    Everyone dies... non comes back...Silent graves..only memories heard...Interesting take while breath of life still flows through you...All the best Charlie