Poems of Decrepit Youth

"Poems of Decrepit Youth" were written at the end of the last century, shortly before collapse of WTC, official, public emergence of NWO and Artificial Intelligence, before the first set of crises of the banking system and one of my first transfers to the realm of REAL (or That What Is). Few of the poems have appeared before in US. poetry magazines. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780463539613
About Mar Shy Sun

I came from the Realm unknown to you. And that isn't a fiction but then - what isn't. There are no Authorities, Kings or Rulers what is most likely hard to understand for you. I'm unmixed with Darkness what is even harder to understand for anyone. But I feel its gravitational pull nevertheless. So I fulfill myself in and around this reality which is "flat" by the way with a couple of intentions and a couple of travel documents. A lot of times people scare me - they have it... what I call - death eyes. By origin I am very high (thanks to my origin!) and I try to show people that the Realm I come from is much more beautiful than this one. People don't really believe me - obviously. They tend to hate me for that. So obviously I'm not so interested in things people think are so important - as to be good or bad or famous or salesman for my "few" intentions. A few times I have received honors from the organizations what exulted me above the others. It is intrinsically natural to share for me. After all everything here boils down to a lot of suffering and little high. So I have to do all by and for myself - just to be "normally" high. I still try to make others also feel the goodness of that state. That's all. Glory to well-being! Glory to my home!

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