Resistance To The Way Things Could Be - Poem by Tim Kimball
And once the chimes ring,
Be ready for anything,
As the floodgates have opened,
And the onlookers
Have only shaken their heads
Make their way
For a new resolve
And the loose baggage
Hangs on for dear life,
In spite of their protestations
To the contrary.
Begging not to find out too late,
Berfore the poverty of soul begins.
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