Connor Brown

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The flowers wilt,
The wind dies,
And the sweat and tears fall,
The sunshine goes away,
The Past May Be Left Best Undisturbed.
The Door closes
The lights fade,
The candles are no longer lit,
But the beds are made,
Me, Myself, And You.
I had hoped you’d guess,
But to mine hearts own distress,
The fact hid,
And my heart grew timid,
Human Fratility And Futility.
I walk to the forest green,
Meet the trees,
Discuss the day at hand,
Not tomorrow
What You Make It.
Many people have asked,
“What is the purpose, the meaning of life? ”
I say to those I meet,
“If there was no life,


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