On The Other Side

The entire land of grandiloquent palaces on one side; and me and my sweet little dwelling on the other side,

The entire ocean on one side; and me and my tangy little bottle of salt on the other side,

The entire forest replete with vivacious wild life on one side; and me and my pet cat on the other side,

The entire cosmos strewn with silken clouds on one side; and me and my pristine painting on the other side,

The entire library inundated with books on one side; and me and my romantic letter on the other side,

The entire market flooded with sizzling pizza’s on one side; and me and my dainty little chunk of chocolate on the other side,

The entire fleet of aeroplanes on one side; and me and my articulately chiseled statue of rustic clay on the other side,

The entire dungeon embedded with scintillating diamonds on one side; and me and my forehead smeared with ash on the other side,

The entire well overflowing with mineral water on one side; and me and my intricate table spoon of mustard oil on the other side,

The entire theater displaying pictures from around the globe on one side; and me and my ravishing fantasies on the other side,

The entire conglomerate of emerald mattress on one side; and me and my bamboo stuffed pillow on the other side,

The entire township of lecherous evil on one side; and me and my intransigent ideals on the other side,

The entire army marching with hostile dagger heads on one side; and me and the confidence of my mother on the other side,

The entire atmosphere entrenched with abuses on one side; and me and incorrigible tenacity to recite rhymes on the other side,

The entire planet functioning monotonously on one side; and me and my island of unrelenting dreams on the other side,

The entire human race brooding unceremoniously for money on one side; and me and my passion for romance on the other side,

The entire graveyard sprawled with morbid corpses on one side; and me and my Creator standing unperturbed on the other side,

The entire society with its bombastic pretensions on one side; and me and my open hearted speech on the other side,

The entire world and its worthless norms of religion and creed on one side; and me and my beloved locked in an immortal embrace on the other side.

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