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a silent parade of uneventful days float by; and likewise, to a stranger perhaps, a fish spends his sojourn in unworldly glass.

i am clinically dead. and although the date is undecided, a laugh resounds: nix on mirth.

over the hill, yonder, the grass is green, and flowers bloom out of boredom, really; there is no rainbow here. just me.

my funeral party is coming to a close.

a friend has told me twice, when he's left: love goes both ways; i go this way, you go somewhere else; this is a philosophy you begin to understand once taken with the proper grains of salt.

i am not a good person, nor a bad person, but many things in between those extremes: i am human.

life is what you make of it, as much as circumstance allows; but when you really get down to it, a depth that's stripped of all things superficial, we're all just existing among each other as well as we can: harmonics will come later, when musical notes are on every street corner, and we can all learn to appreciate them collectively.



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The following comments are for "us (or love goes both ways)"
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Gosh, I always look forward to your stuff. It never fails to make me smile with it's cleverness... and it gives me shivers.

Cheers,

J.

( Posted by: desconocida [Member] On: April 29, 2004 )





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