Ode to Oblivion

October 20, 2009
By Ella Arbuckle Page SILVER, Bethesda, Maryland
Ella Arbuckle Page SILVER, Bethesda, Maryland
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Ode to Oblivion
Obsession over the search for truth, reason, existence
Original thought as a reflection of surroundings and therefore not original at all
Omnipresent doubt about purpose where in actuality there is none
Over thinking the rise of humanity from the reign of randomness
Omitting key detail, concept falling to nothingness
Outside trying to grasp a small sphere of meaning growing smaller
Obvious question with no pliable answer
Old statements endlessly cycling
Obsidian moon behind the silver reflection of the sun
Opaquely hiding matter sufficient for psychological satisfaction
Organic physicality and mindless ignorant euphoria
Operating half speed as biological warfare occurs
Output suddenly essential
Oblivion overrated.

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