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Oblivion.


Author: Joachim
ASL Info:    75 Male RSA
Elite Ratio:    5.39 - 361 /264 /178
Words: 162
Class/Type: Poetry /What you did
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This is Oblivion that imagined wolrd that trembles. I wolud like arrangements on this since there is much more to embroid with. Give it a go! Joachim.


Oblivion.



Oblivion.
Man is but flesh and Blood
he knows his Doom
but not the Hour.

Live well my Friend!

Music - a tongue shriller
than the grave is calling him
Sounds from Infinite Silence.

Fear not the Grim Reaper!

Yea! The dark Specter Calling
Sounding the Deep.
Sanguine my Friend!

The Door is Open!

Halls of Semblance
The Harvest for Souls
The Gathering is Done!

Sounds in Silence!

Let Judgment Begin!
The Scrolls of LiFe
The Rolls of Death.

The Void Trembles!

Fiery Pyres Ablaze!
Softly Murmuring Hymns
On the The Mountain!

Sanguine my Friend!

The Hourglass Runs Empty!
The Sands of Time Returned
From whence it Came.

Oblivion!

Live Well my Friend!
The Choice has always been There!
Choose Well!






















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  This is quite a gripping piece, from line 1. This life is all about chooses. We all know we are dying, but you choose how you live this life. I just love the way you played with your words, which make this an outstanding piece.

Nie seker wat Specter beteken nie ?

Live well my friend.
| Posted on 2008-08-08 00:00:00 | by Polydectes | [ Reply to This ]


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