Preach loud truth
420 blaze it Tollers
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Ceiling Lolkien
Shoot the Tolkpedo
Poke the Heretic
Chaika? Yes Chaika

Transience and Permanence

Short, moody thoughts about things passing and remaining.

 

I wrote a poem in the dust
But lost it to a sudden gust.

From blades of grass I sewed some pants
But they were ripped apart by ants.

From plywood I built me a house
But it was chewed down by a mouse.

A ship I built all from spaghetti
A wave tore it to mere confetti.

How can I make a thing to last
In a time that changes fast?

Only Tolkien's words will stay
So go to book stores, buy and pay.

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