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Thursday, August 31, 2006

Sequence

Four minutes fifty-nine seconds until the Sequence begins,
And the point, at which you may become part of my life,
Or the point, at which you become just another name in the past,
Should I accept you, there would be no turning back,
The Sequence will begin and our lives changed forever,
Should you ever cross me, yes I’ll forgive you,
But no! I’ll never forget, how could I?
How is it you say, that in five short minutes,
I can decide if we are to be part of each other’s lives?
By trusting my inbuilt sixth sense,
The same one that has protected me all these years,
Should I remove my wall to let you in?
Three minutes twenty seconds and you’ll know,
Slowly brick by brick I may let you in,
But my life is by invitation only,
And I may keep you waiting at the gate,
One minute five seconds,
Indecision!
Thirty seconds,
Twenty,
Ten,
Five, Four, Three, Two,
One,
The sequence has begun,
You are part of my life,
Forever.
The Mowjo
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