And the meaning of life
Here is a poem, my view of the world,
As I saw it one day under the Juniper Tree.
Without warning or notice of any kind
The ecstasy of curiosity came over me.
I knew then and there, like the crack of a whip,
There was more to this world than I could possibly see.
The splendor of light was not just out there
But spreading its wings inside of me.
And upon my reflection I enjoyed in that moment
A taste of heaven and immortality.
The lesson I learned under the Juniper Tree?
The meaning of life is whatever you ascribe it to be.
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