Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Ode To Infinity


Ode To Infinity
As I pen this ODE TO INFINITY
into a new translation of existance,
I become obsessed with time.
The way I understand it
is that I can have everything,
except ewe in persona in real time.
And that is when I CRY and then
I weep toward my infinity.
And all the tears cascade upon my frown;
for the love of this mye Violette, my love.
Do not make me lose the comfort
of our forgotten dreams of love,
in the midst of all the hatred
of a world gone mad.
Please kiss her and bless her OH my Lord.
And bring her back to me again.
My Heart would be a shallow place
and very sad indeed,
without the need of my stately qyeen
my princess ewe.
A mermaid swimming without water
in the time flow chatting me:
As I pen this Ode To Infinity.

Submitted: Sunday, October 22, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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  • Rookie Aiden Murdock (1/22/2008 5:24:00 PM)

    very interesting piece of write, really captures holding time still and observing it by keep note of it (Report) Reply

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