In One Second From Now

In One Second From Now - What I am currently, unavoidably,...

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Samuel Greenberg October 16, 2006 In One Second From Now Swimming and swarming Satellites twirlin’ Lights flashing and generators Making electricity Electricity the electrifies the senses Weakens our defenses Manipulates our tenses Puts up fences And makes my speech offensive I will Swim With my lovers And Drive in astrial cars I will subscribe to that world that Thom Yorke tells me Is redemption and solitude Solitude from what I now see What I now feel
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Unformatted text preview: What I am currently, unavoidably, and most uncomfortably identifing As the present I cannot imagine the future I am drowning in the past and caught in time Where I stand Alone And with everyone All at the same time Getting closer to sky Or is it Further away Away from these People Away from these Places Away from myself But I cannot escape myself I can only free my mind And escape time And reach the future...
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This essay was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 111 taught by Professor Matt during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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