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A Movie Script Process
March 10th, 2004 - March 17th, 2004

Watching his life reflected through a monitor
like watching a movie till your eyes get sore
Projecting thoughts that he once placed to progress
into his skull atop his skeletal shape of ridges

You all should know that he's a horrible actor
and he doesn't know what the cue cards are for
After he looked over the script for any errors
he started to notice a trend in that process

The only way he'd be a star is with a tall enough ladder
and the only way to get out is through one special door
With one finger he can feel up and down the creases
and with one hand he can fall when someone releases

He tripped as was told, followed by tracks of laughter
as a pile of inanimate objects fell from the rafters
All controlled by a man in front of some switches
who fell to his fears while picking up the pieces


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