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From an end is the towards to

Gossip shirted more your expositions the state fair the state fair hang out at the race track with your father your father dangles you upside down all your money all your money falls out he hands you a ticket if … Continue reading

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From an end is the towards to

Growing older then normally your own eyes split seeing more, more which means not seeing none of which works for everyone what you need will warn you when it approaches so it’s around, of what there’s been starting, three cigarettes … Continue reading

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From an end is the towards to

Take your wilderness itchy all over go along convert it into privacy what you miss is going to be a hole you don’t know you don’t know you the young night, the blank, eyes not your own have a forest … Continue reading

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From an end is the towards to

A lot of ghosts in those factories they got irregular heart beats it makes them excellent drummers they’re philosophical about it swapping the infinite for the good the elastic time signature the helix or the clock stenographers an office upstairs … Continue reading

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