Travel

On the other bank of life,
there is another life
wasted in pain,
we hop on
like silly frogs
like panting dogs
we seek,
in vain.

In an adjacent continent
traveled by the stab
of a treacherous blade,
he lied.
In the mystery that flowed
upon the mortal thought,
The reddish title was:
he died.

The End

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