Mikey Bachman

(June 1,1991 / California)

Songs of Resonance

Ages have dawned and come and gone
The last of us are yet still here to remain.
I am all and one with this world
Commune to rise in Earth and Blood.

Savage nature is not a definition
But an abstract of who we are.

To sing a hymn of change in vain
And say what is lost will never to be found?
A concept that is the edge of our cosmos
And I would not let us be defined so.

We are not as the ages would portray
For there is harmony in resonance worth striving for.
If there is difference to be made
Then this world will change, for we are eternity
And eternity is forever a constant
In the decision to fester or grow.
Not leaving us to chance fate but rather
Decide our own outcome to be.

Submitted: Monday, February 10, 2014
Edited: Monday, February 10, 2014

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I don't know what I was thinking but this turned out differently than expected. I wanted to write more but this was all I could think of.

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