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A search for the unknown,
Traveling through dark and humid caves,
To discover a secret,
Hidden Treasure.

Not a statue from gold,
Or a relic of ancient times,
But the key to a place
Deep inside your soul.

Though it might be difficult,
Opposition and danger at every step,
The risk is always worth the prize,
For without it we are rocks.

Big, solid structures,
That lost their purpose,
Will form the fundaments
Of today’s Society.

An Epic Journey
To a world full of corruption and sin,
In search of a Utopia,
Which will last till your death.

Denying that we want it,
Transforms us into devils,
Who sold their souls
For feeble physical pleasures.

The mind remains hungry,
For we ignore its cries,
Our soul stabbed,
Left to bleed in our body.

So you dear reader,
Where will you stand?
Searching for your purpose,
Or surrendering to the instincts?


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Writes 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week. As long as he gets his free can of Coke.


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The following comments are for "A search for the unknown"
by WriterX

A Search
In life I think we all search for something
in ourselves and for answers to the unknown.if we didnt then we would be the rocks you talk about. i like this well written and truth to it. thanks

( Posted by: wanda [Member] On: January 2, 2007 )





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