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Sam Enders eXplained

While lying last night
among the dim light
and holding whatever remained,
I heard from a throat
no melodic note,
but that which Sam Enders eXplained.

“I am not a man,
can do what I can,
and, never, while aging, have pained.
I'm older than men,
was where it was when
it started,” Sam Enders eXplained.

“When some things aren’t real,
it's something you feel
when all that is yours has been drained.
When you wonder why
you're drearily dry,
you'll see it,” Sam Enders eXplained.

“It's like in a sleep
when thoughts you think keep
you regretting your slumber is strained.
You'll see that it's good,
but wish that you could
be sleeping,” Sam Enders eXplained.

“You see, what you touch
can coin for your crutch
or you may support the well trained.
For what means the most,
to burn just like toast
or biscuits?” Sam Enders eXplained.

“You will spread the news
which will not confuse
you, for it will never be baned,
until, when it's late
and you will not wait
and drink it,” Sam Enders eXplained.

“You never will see
what was and will be
will pour as it always has reigned.
Thus, I shall leave fast,
my words will not last,
you'll keep her,” Sam Enders eXplained.

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