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Vignesh Ramakrishnan


Time Machine


The Mysteries of the past do I show,
From Dinosaurs to Obama do I know,
Enter the date to which thy wants to go,
I shall take thee in a blow.
The curiosities about the future always exist,
but however they are shrouded in both darkness and mist,
On it shall I throw some light,
trust me seeker and let’s take flight,
Conquer time I shall with my speed,
Enter the time thy wants to proceed.

Submitted: Monday, July 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 09, 2013

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I was writing a short story and in it this poem appears as a Prophecy of some sort

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