Tim caffery

Rookie - 168 Points (02/09/1978 / San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA)

The Beauti Of Sorrow


Beauti of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me

conceptually multiplied
virtually personified
politically religified
perceptually cubified

Beatui of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me

life is a beauty
living our prize
to share them our duty*
effects all our lives*

Beatui of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me

running reel of thoughts
projection of the mind
independent performing plots
and a function to define

Beatui of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me

many a different beauties
shine in a single sorrow
many a different evenings
raise a plethora of tomorrows

Beatui of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me

contemplation of all thats left
the final mystery announced
a souls a speck of a black hole's death
so evil, and good renounce

Beatui of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me

sorrow isn't knowing now
knowing hurts so much
hurt is hope that holds you down
ego is a common crutch

Beatui of sorrow
vast as the sea
eve of the morrow
inner expanse of me


*Changed Line From:
[to share it our duty-original-2.26.10]
[the purpose of our lives-original-2.26.10]

Submitted: Saturday, January 30, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, March 02, 2010

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