This Life Returns What Slowly Dies - Poem by Ruslan Agaev
Nihilistic eyes show no surprise
They only tell that they despise
Until the Nature to reprise
The void of their very own demise.
I hope we get the new reprise,
This Life returns what slowly dies
She also hates our hopeless cries
Before our very own demise.
When death-bed comes I'll need no guides,
But I would like to have that strife
With the reflexion in your eyes,
I'll be reflecting till demise.
(I'll be reflected till demise)
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