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Pray don't talk to me about the weather Consider again that dot A sorrowful sight I saw It was the first of many soakings When Fascism came into power The meeting of two personalities By definition, you have to live As we are a doomed race You must live in the present Parents can only give good advice I learned this As long as people will shed What is the meaning of life? I would venture to guess that Anon These same people who tell us It's natural to want someone you love Those who dream by day How many young college graduates Dying is an art Humans — who enslave, castrate, experiment on There are no miracles So I started thinking to myself Each person deserves a day away The nitrogen in our DNA At the midpoint on the journey We don't see things as they are The saddest aspect of life right now Man, do not exalt yourself above the animals The boundaries which divide Life from Death There is a wisdom that is woe There are a thousand hacking Perhaps in the back of our minds One farmer says to me We are just an advanced breed of monkeys As long as possible, live free The whole problem with the world No, it is impossible Two things are infinite And once the storm is over Every book is a quotation Add quotation