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The Last One
tired of these drunken evenings listening to my staggered breathing nowhere to fall back in but to sleep you're beautiful in dreams where words pour from my mouth in streams rivers i could never recreate i dreamed you traced worlds against my back i dreamed you'd never known me last night i said that this would be my last you took up so many pages the same dead words in different phrases so much i'm almost out of ink woke up january rain idly sliding down the window pane i had a dream you taught me how to speak i wrench my hands around my neck cuz i didn't speak cuz i was suffocating it's about time i started to believe i promise this will be the last one
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Alert The Audience
"Passive, Aggressive, Confessing, Repressive
Structurally uncertain, transparent, transgressive
i've stumbled into something and i don't know what it is.
All I-beams, bolts and plaster, corners painted in piss...."
Necrotism Decanting The Insalubrious (Cyborg Midni
"I'm as wasted as my time spent sitting idly by drinking in this shithole
while you all went on outside.
It's a great day to fall asleep,
it's a kick-ass day to dream..."
Porno And Snuff Films
"leveling, graveling, gravelly groans
exude my exhaustion, canonize all my tomes.
this home is afloat on a yellow black moat
of bile, hate and quile and vile pains in my throat...."
The Raw And Searing Flesh
"i never want to see you
in the raw and searing flesh
i don't ever want to hear you
singing softly to the dead..."
"Where hav I been all your life?
Sitting on fences, a novocaine for all the senses.
Another year will pass us by.
Making sense of nothing, in defense of something...."
3am QVC Shopping Spree Hangover
"limp lines resign themselves to margins. like a drunken vampire, i miss the sun. i killed this summer, now it's done. let's split and reconvene in a warmer space. i'm scratching my head turning nights into days. don't talk to me about boredom. don't talk to me about pride. i sucked it all up, i swallowed it down. it's fine. gangrene hangs on every word. bullshit endings to stories unheard. it's unheard of to me to not fathom doom. so, what did you find in my emperor's tomb? some notebooks, some tee-shirts, some bad spelling errors. strangled syntax, broken bottles and chairs. this here is my legacy. i leave all of this to thee. drink at the funeral. piss on the corpse. yell at the sun till your voice is all hoarse. i'm gone. this is good bye. dead as a dream beneath a grey chicago sky...."
A Boring Story
"no more smile and no more outrage
apathy pervasive emotions narcoleptic
no more smiles since fucking sunday
sinking feelings drinking early stinking septic..."
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