herbert guitang


Seven Seconds Of Everlasting Existence


We exist not because we are breathing,
We exist beyond external outward things,
We have differences in million ways.
We have trillion kind of Road of Lives in our planet
Billions of Shortcuts to get the elusive purpose
Many branches like veins of complexities
Every move, steps, and actions, there are variety of answers
But Maze of Questions like a multitude of sands rain and flooded the Core

We don't know
If all humanity will close their eyes in 7 seconds,
One word will continue the forever existence of All Unique Individuals and will last to everlasting,
'7

'6

'5

'4

'3

'2

'1


LOVE

Submitted: Thursday, November 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 22, 2013

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a simple word but it is the firm foundation of the lives of humanity

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