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My world is too small;
Or too big.
And Iím too everything and not enough everything
Especially compared to everyone else.
Too too shy reticient socially backbackbackward;
Was it a childhood thing?
Or I was never meant to be here.
Or I was meant to be the only one here.
Too malicious, too spiteful even though even I can even see
How much better they are at everything than me.
Critical, slicing failure into my skin, and too vain
Especially of my bruises.
You know what I mean, donít you?
Presumptuous too, grasping.
Wishing (translation: complaining) but inactive; classic impotence
Of Todayís Apathetic Youth.
Rattling around like the tongue of a bell;
Pad with obsessions, digressions,
Friends, family, music, humour and books. Love. Life.
These are the ways I am breaking my heart.



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The following comments are for "Perish"
by buriramtourakom

self examination
Read like the transcript of a recording, like it was phoned in. Or sent on a tape in a padded envelope with lots of stamps and forwarding addresses.

That seems to suit the subject matter, so I'm fond of this. -Philo

( Posted by: Philo [Member] On: June 30, 2005 )

re: self examination
Thanks Philo. It's nice to know people are reading this stuff still!

( Posted by: buriramtourakom [Member] On: July 2, 2005 )





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