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the once orderly rows of flowers were now overtaken by rebellious weeds, a botanical uprising…
Entropy is nature’s tax, paying us back for the slack we have on the face of the earth. Entropy is all the anger and rage is dispersed, kicking us back for making thou lord snap.
In the garden, the once orderly rows of flowers were now overtaken by rebellious weeds, a botanical uprising against man’s imposed order.
life had once thrived in the city. now only dilapidated buildings, their once-pristine facades crumbling, stood as silent witnesses to the passing of time and decay
The sandcastle succumbed to the persistent assault of the sea, a temporal masterpiece fading under the relentless march of waves.
where were you
when I was fading
i die a little with each glance, each breath a falling star, in a falling universe. don’t wait up