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Tomorrow Never Dies

And once again the night has brought me sleep
To whose embrace I'm yielding exhausted;
For love has burnt violently today
The fire now rests to rekindle by morn.

written 2004

29 Dec 07

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very peaceful, like a lingering sleep, and optimistic, in spite of the violent burning.
 — nisetru

Very kind of you, nisetru.
Thank you so much.
: )
 — fractalcore

named after a james bond movie????? wtf????
 — Teendeathboy

title happens to be of the same title.
Tomorrow never dies indeed, eh?
thanks for reading, Teendeathboy.
happy new year.
: )
 — fractalcore

see what pictures you'll get
if you read this literally.
it's meant to be.
: )
 — fractalcore

Just four lines have you have got my undivided attention.
 — trochee

(that should have read..)
Just four lines and* you have got my undivided attention.
 — trochee

thank you so much, trochee.
: )
 — fractalcore

Wow I really like this.
 — unknown

thanks, unk.

and sorry for the late response.
: )
 — fractalcore

hi, unk.

no, not really.
just the literal momentary rest.

thank you for reading.
: )
 — fractalcore