Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

NO END


I Am Resting In This Cool Lagoon
Some Stars That Live Forever
How I Want To Touch The Moon
For It Will Someday Sever
This Strange Pool’s Like A Jewel
White Lightning Wants To Hop
If You Swim, You’re Not A Fool
In This Misty Mountain Drop
Fresh Clean Water, Cool As Ice
The Wonders I Perceive
Like A Pseudo Paradise
Her Beauty Does Deceive
The Water Here’s Divine
Nature’s So Mysterious
Beauty Surrounded By Crap
Deceiving Eyes, Yet So Serious
Devouring Like A Venus Fly Trap
Some Turns We Take In Life
Some, More Of A Natural Cause
We take Them For The Better
And Waste Them, Just Because
Your Life Is Only Tripping
And Don’t You Ever Pretend
As There’s No Beginning
There Definitely, Is No End…

Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
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