And Bear Witness To The Colossus

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Part II: July 21st, 1969. One man's first steps into the unknown.

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I walk this cold landscape of broken bone,
Burdened by the weight of ceremonies gone.

What is a hero if he made no choice?
What is a man without freedom and a voice?

Sacrifice;
Closer to the bone.
Sacrifice;
I walk alone.

The moon hangs restive in the shadow of the earth.
The sons and the daughters all fought for water,
Until the poison took the well.

Frozen darkness.
His shadow it mocks me,
My every move.

I stare into the eyes of divinity
And I witness the colossus,
Staring back at me.

“Weep for your sins.
Despair at your brothers.
Weep for their sins.
Despair at your sisters.

Your life or humanity?
With this choice I burden thee,
Evermore.”

“My life or humanity?
With this choice unburden me,
Evermore...

I’ll watch from way up here.”

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