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One summer there was practice after school and the next it was a full time job in the city. shit happens like that for me. just in a instant you open your eyes, a new world awaits. good and bad adventures to endure. spend half a year wondering where and how? open and wake up, new world. patterns and chains unwind, only this im getting faster at peices. the last cycle was on low. choosing the speed is a button to debate, while choosing timely is dampening. depression of the cycle comes in and out like alluminum wrap on attenas. tapping life out in beats one click at a time. knowing the foot is the button to debate. how many times do i have to say life is good for it to stop snowing. just like a blizzard with a dose of relatives to create an avalanche.


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The following comments are for "Short burst"
by NucleusFire

NucleusFire "Short Burst"
Ha!

"how many times do i have to say life is good for it to stop snowing. just like a blizzard with a dose of relatives to create an avalanche."

Love those last lines in particular. This is a very wise insightful revelation, awareness, epiphany...those moments when it clicks...and all runs together into a BING thought.

I like your style. I will be back for more of your work for sure.

Blessings!

( Posted by: TheRealKarmaTseringLhamo [Member] On: August 28, 2007 )





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