Hope You'll Never Know

Ah the sweetness of vitality,Most never experience it in reality.They've always had it to taste,Thus never finding the truth, a waste.But behold a few find it lost,Without it, no sweetness, a great cost. There is only bitter residue,Happiness, once known, now what's true.Ignorance is not the enemy,It's a long lost friend you see.Ignorance of what life really tastes like,Makes life so much less a hike. We the few who know,Vitality in us we cannot grow.We'll await that sweet relief of nothing,Course you'll never see through our bluffing.That vitality will elude us,Not even tears be there to soothe us. 

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