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Aron Statler


Dig Deep


Keep digging yourself
Deeper and deeper
watch as you slowly die from this universe.
Dig yourself, as deep as can go.
Watch as you fall into a black hole.
Dig yourself
Even more deeper.
What will happen?

Lonelyness will occur.
Deeper and deeper.
Lonelyness is everlasting.
Deeper and deeper.
I wonder.
Will you ever come out of that hole you dug yourself in?
Will you rise up against the hole?
I wonder.

Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2009

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