A Hindu Tale The Jackal stood looking across the river where the crabs lay in the sun on the sand. "Oh," said the Jackal, "if I could only swim, how good those crabs would be! I wish I had a boat or a canoe!" Just then the Camel came ... Read more of The Jackal And The Camel at Children Stories.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Exsanguination

by: AFI








Welcome the whole new pain and take comfort in what you've become.
I waved as I passed myself along the way.
I have arrived so unashamed but my reflection no longer seems the same.
It seems much dimmer now... it seems so dim. Just stumble and fall into a world that's over crowded.
And you will find me. Won't recognize me; and I won't recognize myself.
I've arrived so unashamed, but all my senses no longer seem the same.
I can sense everything. My sight's so clear.
In an instant, my life just slipped away, I fought for life, the whole time you were holding me down.
You watched me dying. Holding me down, you brought my rebirth.






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