Daze To Come

Unwittingly, I peeped into a data base of the universe
And witnessed developments of the days to come.
The subsequent nations seemed enlightened and diverse,
Wars were ancient history there, and weapons unwelcome.
Travelling in time was pure and simple for anybody
While fatal diseases wiped out, people were deathless.
I was greatly astonished to meet with my bosom buddy.
He said he had survived, and the spirit is timeless.
That reminded me of heaven, and I wondered about hell.
Such idyllic living should be illusory and boring.
He had no idea what I meant, the word hell rang no bell.
Someone had blotted out his memory; to me his life was foreign.

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