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the essence of existencepoem by michele lee crick stillness gives birth to chaos between life and death we yearn to hear nothing full of emptiness broken bodies sacrifice precious idols of the mind to touch something within everything devoted lovers inhale fear and fantasy burning to know that truth permeates fiction and when our ears … Continue reading the essence of existence
Cliche but apropos – a vision of myself in the depths of a dark and silent ocean. Weightless and peaceful, absorbed in infinite bliss of nothing and everything, finally I can breathe. Inhale silence, exhale silence. Abruptly pulled to the surface by necessity of food and clothing, I become nothing but a beggar and an … Continue reading Love Letter from a Beggar