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    dots Submission Name: From a Less Rational Lifedots
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    Author: Esophagus1
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    Words: 81
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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       This is a poem based off the philosophies in Miyamoto Musashi's book "The Book of Five Rings" and "Hagakure" by Yamamoto Tsunetomo


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    dotsFrom a Less Rational Lifedots
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    It's not in the many details
    nor in competitions with others,
    but the Way is clawing tooth and nail.
    Never stop until your last breath.
    Charge in with no regard for victory
    toward an irrational death.

    Never stop, but do your best
    because your adversaries surely are.
    Every day put yourself to the test.
    Another day another scar.
    End the system just to eat.
    Bring the cycles to their knees.
    Victory isn't always to survive,
    but death marks defeat.




    Submitted on 2014-06-16 19:59:40     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I agree (I think) death is irrational considering the concepts we fecundity fight for's prospectus. But we are corporeally finite, though sometimes we must I wish we didn't always have to.

    Bruce
    | Posted on 2014-06-16 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]


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