Every soul carries a skeleton
Waiting to rest
But where?

Every bone can be polished
Tapped, set, or scratched
But why?

Every life has its good
And bad, and what we live for
But when?

We move the bones
We wake and rest
All these; only ourselves can answer.

By J.W.H. Hobbs

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