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Life is just a star away

Life is just a star away. It never dies. 
It changes its form to be born, 
and then changes it again to dissipate

Life is just a star away. It never dies. 
What dies is the imaginable form of it 
to trick us to think all we had is now gone.

Life is just a star away. It never dies. 
We are just humans and in development. 
What we see is what we believe, but not all is true.

Life is just a star away. It never dies. 
It changes its form to be born, 
and then changes it again to dissipate
So we can have hope, suffer, cry.. 
                                                ...Just to wish for more life.


***In remembrance of my dear mother and all of you who lost someone out there!

Copyright © Thoubert Larus | Year Posted 2017

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