Treasure Island

Tim caffery

(02/09/1978 / San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA)

Death to Death


Only one makes two with twice the effort
Everything begins with oneness
Ends within it
Thoughts, words, deeds
Time, space, matter
Life
Everything is never dead
Something is always alive
There is no battle
Life is eternal
And everything it touches
Death is but a moment
Like uncertainty
A pinch
Its not a dream
Life
Music with out rest is maddening
Monotonous noise
But a breath
A...
Pause
Can break the dullness of the unchanging
Rhythm
Of seasons, cycles, orbits
Thoughts
Only one makes two with twice the effort
Singular
Monotonous noise
It takes incalculable
Painstaking
Constant, unending repetition
Restless anxiety
Towards such an unnatural desire
To fight life
Evil must be created
Enforced
Authorized.

9/17/10

Submitted: Sunday, October 03, 2010

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