"Soul Return" as written by and John/torkington Bray....
We do not die, we only change
All must die before their rebirth as
Fruit must rot to release its seed
Soul transmigration from divinity to
The mutable world of birth and
Disease, old age and death the breeze
Created by a soul's departure arising
From this dead and lifeless shell we
Emanate from the deceased we do
Not die only change, only change,
Youknow we do not die only change
You know we only change death is the
Dying of the light now the
Imperishable soul begins its journey to
The divine implicit and vague become
Explicit and clear infinitely long
Passage from another world to our
Own the winds of a departing soul
The time of now is slipping away we
Do not die only change, only change


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"Soul Return" as written by John Bray Adam Agius

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    General CommentShouldn't this be written in stanza form, rather than paragraph? (standard layout of poems)
    This song is saying that death is only a part of life; although we do not experience mental changes when dead, our bodies continue to change and return to the earth to nourish the surrounding environment.
    havana4saleon August 11, 2008   Link

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