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run threw timetables statistics and charts

& from this you will discover art.

in all forms of progression and standards

slandered taped lines of bibles and hand books

guidelines of despair in  young men’s eyes

breathing heavily, no, never sighing

cold sweat drips from heads and lips

thrusting and heaving, the grinding of hips

I can't even imagine how to explain this

all you ladies clench your boys hand

trading sunshine for pharmaceutical pills,

when most people need prescriptions to love.

left alone in a valley of dolls, the old man breaks heave



winter comes after and then spring time again

it's so hard to imagine that I've been alive since then

anger and ambushed 

torn apart and paraded

slice open my veins and see how I differ

hours and minutes spent alone in cars

random streets, blunts and heart to hearts

burning bushes and signs of a holocaust

all swept under the rug with documentary’s available at cheap costs

I voted for Reagan

his thoughts are still in office.

thunder claps as I smile,

the rain drips so fast now its child like

running threw every inch of the yard.

muddy and pale, the wind carries my sales 

like an employee of the month, a star.

scream out of your lungs and lunge into traffic

speak as I have 

with your tongue bashful!

breathe as I do, out of glass tubes!

know what I’ve known, egos grow!

learn as I've learned, never spending a dollar!

burn as I burn, soulful and hollowed !

steal what I have, its all been stolen before!

love as I do, with companions or

compassion bears fruit that is poisonous to the tooth

fall out and rot in your tomb. 

Gloom and how it gets that way.

limp and cold as a buffalo native.

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Yay! I could totally seeing this read loud with such energy.

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