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i have seen death.
i have been there, stood on the brink of its icy shores, toured its many faceted streets and beheld with my own eyes.

i have felt it's icy grip.

and i know there is a fine line, almost without definition, between life and the latter.

the boundaries are less defined than that of hot and cold, fire and water, and even day and night;

one state can easily be confused for another.

in the dizzying spell of consciousness lost i have tasted the crossing and have come to a crossroads, where i am not afraid. for with both life, and death, there are certain freedoms achieved. i am not afraid, for i know, have felt, in one sense, possibly more of a cosmic sense, or spiritual, felt all of existance, and god's great embrace.

I am not afraid.

I am not afraid for the ones I love, nor the ones I hate.


Truly what they deserve is what shall be bestowed.

I love. Existances and all of its appendages. I love.





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The following comments are for "i love."
by visionsofmemoriespast

Brilliant literature
What more can I say, I love it.

( Posted by: juliusokelly [Member] On: October 10, 2001 )

awesome
Wow. What a majestic piece of writing. :-)
Score 9/10.

( Posted by: Spudley [Member] On: March 10, 2003 )





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