Round and rebound

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Pondering as I walk the circle

The speed’s different; the knowledge is there,

The innocence present, but not the same way

Seems too co-incidental to be true

But its too real and even a pinch doesn’t help

The walk gets familiar as I complete each lap

Reminds me of eternal sunshine to be honest

Recurrence led by similar traits

But then my misery has an extra reason, an extra human

And yet I remain, in some hope which goes beyond the conscience

Sometimes I feel guilt, sometimes angst, sometimes sinful,

But then human more so than anything else

A temporary treatment makes sense, but then thoughts of eternity haunt me

The mess acts like a magnet, or fate’s playing repetition with me.

The dilemma lies in existence

And not falling out of it-that’s where sanity forces its way in

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