Treasure Island

Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Aeon = Age: Age = Aeon

Never Really New
From The Beginning
Looking Up At The Stars
Yes The Stars Were Shining
Running Around Like Children Do
But At Night Roaming The Streets
Looking For New Friends To Meet

Our Sun Is Still Shining For Now
Earth Is On The Right Tilt
On Its Right Axis
But It Really Doesn’t Take Much
To Distract Us

Some Say:
An Extinction Level Event
Is Coming
Some Pray:
For Some Of This Special
And Deadly Rain
To Wash Away Our Worlds Pain
And Some Claim:
They Know The Date, But
They Are Just Foolish Or Insane
No One Knows Our True Fate

Every Aeon
Every Age
Just Natural
Earth Changes
Not Many Are Man Made
Changes In Space Right Above
But Out
Right Of Our Control
Scaring Some Right
Through Their Soul

Some Call It The New Age
I Just Call It A Progressive Stage
Maybe It Is The End
The End Of This Age
But I Think We’re Ready
For This New Stage

A New Stage Of Intelligence We Will Follow
The Sun god j.c Is Almost Finished
As It Even Said “I’ll Be With You
Until The End Of The Age”
Remember Age Equals Aeon And Aeon = Age
All Evolving, All Receiving
Looking Forward
Not Backward
We’re The Ones Who Survive
Each Aeon Or Age
Not Afraid Of Any New Stage
This Is The Nature Of Things
It’s What It Can Bring
Every So Often
Something Erupts In The Sky
Erupts In Out Of Space
But On Earth We Can Get
A Dangerous Light Show
Yes A Dazzling,...And Magnetic Display
But Dangerous Magic Embrace

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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