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Imagine We Were Immortal

What would you do?

By Marie Cadette Pierre-LouisPublished about a year ago 1 min read
Imagine We Were Immortal
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Imagine we were immortal

Life would be an eternal nightmare

Where skin would be falling but alive

Skeleton would be walking and crackling

But still fighting for the daily faded bread


Would there even be enough to feed the little mouths

As big mouths and larger brains would be coming from hell

Vampires would be sucking the earth’s energy

And zombies would be eating each other but still dancing


Imagine we were immortal

Eden and Gen Zs would never be friends

While the first is condemned for choosing to be human

Gen Zs are yet ready to become robots

Killing their humanness as they joyfully smoke waves and eat carburants


Imagine we were immortal

The earth would be the Apocalypse

Where several layers of bodies would cover the flammable earth

Humans would stand upon humans’ head

And people would bath each other with urines and sweat

Would there even be space for stinky air to find your nose and mouth?


If we were immortal

We would eat hair for veggies

We would have no time for felonies

Every inch of air would be for sell

And our hearts would work with no battery

Then what would you do?

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