Let the E-go!

When it crashes

Don’t act surprised

Walk away fast

Let the E-go

 

It never would survive

Old age and disease, you knew

Faulty mechanism it always was

(Unfit for spiritual consumption)

 

Let the E-go

There are better things for you

That go way beyond

The competitive rigmarole and its dark, malignant milieu

 

Things that go deep into contentment

Like peaceful sleep

Meaningful actions

And love (even for yourself). Who knew?

 

Let the E-go

Walk away fast

When it crashes pretend you didn’t see it

Or, that it was someone you never knew

 

serenity

 

 

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