Everyone I know tries so hard to distinguish
Themselves as different from one another
Everyone I know has been saying they’re older
Than the years they’ve seen pass by
But in my offices as observer all I note
Is the normality of uniqueness and the exponential experience of time.
In saying this, you know you yourself are boasting
That this is not been heard of before,
The notion that people are all the same is not unique.
You try now to elevate yourself by levelling all the rest, but
Do you even know the universality of what you’re saying?
Your words now are applied to you.
No, my words can set me free from the reality.
I know the duality in saying all too well;
It supposes and it proposes and it is.
True, when we’re not careful with every word,
We can fail to achieve that which we wished,
But just now I must say I succeeded.