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Traverse : Into the Future speaks of the pathetic situation of the world today, and the importance of keeping hope for a promising tomorrow.
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Traverse : Into The Future
|by Je ' Free
What I say now may be elementary -
Once man unravels time and its mystery
We travel to the past by memory
Imaginationís what our future will be
Delve in the theories of the human minds
Itís heaven or hell or in between those lines
Push to one direction, a radical turn
We see this paradox a great concern
We have explored it almost endlessly -
How we can change the course of history
Kaleidoscopic the world seems to be
We need a mechanism to set us free
Traverse the unreached boundaries ...
Where thereís no war, poverty, and pollution
Traverse the possibilities ...
Where thereís no environmental devastation
Traverse the unknown energy ...
Where thereís a parallel dimension disguised
Traverse levels of this mystery ...
Where we will be spending the rest of our lives
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