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    Author: Plegias
    ASL Info:    17/ male/ my house
    Elite Ratio:    3.25 - 37/23/40
    Words: 101
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
    Total Views: 454
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    Description:
       You can take this one of two ways, I suppose: the fate of the Earth or how one may live their life. The only reason the latter is in there is due to the thirteenth hour, a place where time is still and no one feels pain. Reguardless, one needs to live a full life in order to experience this last hour.


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    One for genesis, humanity on world aboard.
    Two for exile, mankind's abhored.
    Three for forgiveness, a kind offer to review,
    Four for civilization, something we'll later rue.
    Five for faith, something in which to believe,
    Six for technology, so all idols will leave.
    Seven for peace, so sweet bells ring,
    Eight for war, so swords will cling.
    Nine for love, on Earth's last hope,
    Ten for hatred, during Earth's croak.
    Eleven for life, even as red's rains fall.
    Twelve for the end, Armageddon's all.
    Thirteen at last where serenity now reigns,
    If only life could sense this without cutting chains.




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