Treasure Island

Patrick Derilus

(11-23-91 / Nyack)

Infinite


From the day of my existence, I have been through plenty of foreshadowing tragedies...
But I do not persist in giving up so easily
I am half way towards my destination
Already the journey is brainwashed into my mind that it is effortful...
But nevertheless, that shall not be my excuse
I am the one of a kind that shall eternally live onto the afterlife...
My body will forever be scorched into flames
But the anima shall stand 'INFINITE'
Always.

Submitted: Sunday, May 30, 2010
Edited: Sunday, May 30, 2010
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