(a Poem Of My Island) 8-How My Story Ends (Lost Ending) - Poem by Timothy Venard
My island never ended
It's foundations are solid diamond,
encased in a crystal dome
held up by unbreakable towers
that are made of purest gold.
My island never ended,
but the story soon will fade
because nothing is stronger
the world around my island
will fade and die someday.
My island will live on
in it's little lake.
It's inhabitants unaware,
that the world around it is dieying
out side the crystle dome.
but i will not tell them. And so remember this.
when the world is ending, ignorance is bliss.
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