Diary of a deranged mind

It is never easy to pass on the second offering. You learn this as a child through fear, and when older, through habit and a dim sight. It takes a strange mind to ignore the problem, and yet, many turn blind, and hide, and disappear. This is not a vision of hope, it is not a worthy of mention in future years, and yet, even now, this liklihood looms so large, both the sun, and the clouds often fade from sight, for days and weeks at a time. 

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