noblebandit


How Long Is Forever? - Poem by noblebandit

Only distant fragments you can recall

Swimming in an empty ocean of stars

Tough choice really, can’t decide

In a race with no finish line

They say it’s all about gameplay

But most of you would go insane

Stuck in a neverending level

Overcoming mankind’s oldest struggle

Face the fear of nonexistence someday

Or be just a ‘constant’ of energy

Forgetting the things most dear to you

Just wannabe Orochimarus

In the long run it might be a curse

A millenium or after a million years

To do everything I could ever want

Eventually, would I have to turn it off?

Living 4ever – a fate worse than death

Unless I’m a beautiful Vampire, then, Yes

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 26, 2010



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