Patrick J. Dimosthenis – Metaphysics
Who is he?
What is a thing?
Where is the next?
When is the end?
What does pertain?
What does remain?
Do they stay the same?
Must they have names?
Is death an eternal dream?
Can imagination be real?
Can the branch be spread?
Will she soar with him?
Maybe life is a dream the supernatural are sleeping
In the dream, some people may have won
Is that statement dumb?
These questions weigh a ton
He leaves it ambiguous, he leaves it to think
Shall the demons care?
They fly off in err to who knows where
Maybe in death, this will all mean nothing
Physics is to move
Meta is beyond
Why has this dawned?
Him and his mind don't correspond
Maybe this is his calling, hopefully they don't hang
Between the right and wrong, is metaphysics valid?
Is there a universe beyond a universe?
The next world won't be so red and malevolent
He's been burned enough on this celestial sphere
How is the world such a fear?
No one is sincere
Will help ever interfere?
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