In All The In-Between Places #6

In the beginning of time we are told,

That there are some truths that are just as old.

Since those days of primeval birth,

These truths are spread across the earth.
An example of this would clearly be,

A lake is a lake and a tree is a tree.
But things have changed in our present day,

For a man born a boy could die as woman today.

So we might believe that when time is no more,
All our follies shall come to the fore.

How did we make such a journey from there,

I wonder, looking at the world in despair. 

The End

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