How Many Times This Lie - Poem by Jesse Dixon
A star fell out of the sky,
and hit the head of a fish in the sea.
The fish came out of the water,
he grew hands and feet and became a man.
The man died in sin,
so his bones grew wings and headed for the sky.
The wings couldn't become a star again,
so the sky fell and it all started again.
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