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Today sounds like Yesterday....


Everything stays the same:
Blah blah blah…the world goes by
Songs are sang
Words are spoke
Music is played
Speeches are recorded
Blah blah blah….the world full of noise
Bumps go in the night
Kabooms rock July
Thunders scare the innocent
Guitars entertain the guilty
Blah blah blah…..the world sounds still
Everything remains changing:
Blah blah blah…..the world goes by
Different
Songs are sang
Different
Words are spoke
Different
Music is played
Different
Speeches are recorded
Blah blah blah….the world full of noise
Louder
Bumps go in the night
Prettier
Kabooms rock July
Harsher
Thunders scare the supposed innocent
Darker
Guitars entertain the guilt filled
Blah blah blah…the world sounds
Still

20 July 2008

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2008
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