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Entombed in the belly of the metal
machine lies the upside-down immortal.
Life forever after what was before.
Wearing his youth as a big metal suit.
One last question unanswered in his mind.
One last thought pondered most divine.
Life’s truth cannot be found,
while hiding from death.
He had made his last decision
And uttered with his last breath;
“What more is there to life but the question of my own death?”


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