Do Some Good - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz
Visit the soul in abandoned grottos
Recluse universe where philosophy hides
Psyche and symbol guard the corridor
Nietzsche sleeps like a raven
Way back where Aristotle dreamed
Action and reaction amidst the mortal
Origins of matter
Oracles of eternal covenants
Theology< br>How do you define yourself?
John Lennon said he only believed in Yoko
Sometimes I think we was right
Sometimes it feels like only the moment matters
Sometimes it seems only love and feeling counts
Blue encounter where feelings swell
The appall of nuclear weapons
Genocidal last kisses
Hold your hand while the plague comes
Dour culture drivel in the madness
There you are real like a kiss
Stirring my essence
What do we do with the stars?
With all the broken people?
With the trouble in the world?
Should we just lay down and cum and cum?
Can we actually be lovers that help?
Can we be of some use amidst the end?
Darling I am in love with you
I think our love can do some good
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