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Burn my finger, type this on a hand that had, a smack upon a white bar fan. Swollen fingers now, last a week, if I return with my own left hand, one day, a wound will never steal a lonesome thought. One of my thoughts has never been safe, if you only return to me ligaments and thought. I studied every move you motioned, and over ten years every move you turned. Its alright, I forgive the temptations a young heart wills ago.

When will we learn that I should of said, had a easily readable lesson. Did you Mother Know how? Or were you a fool? Is it easy? to collect and knowing? that you hold your guilt!, placed on my soul, like a demon upon a soul.

Bay City, I know I should accept your culture! I sing a oooooooooooo and ooooo with a violin chime and slow dubbed blues, I know I should of opened further.... I believe my sorrow is one heard. Like a cock roach on my stove, I know someday I will sit on wooden roach bench. Someday I will be drunk at 4am, turned ahead toward the island, I know that I will have my fears and ambitions in this beer....

Felt my world! be different, the soul I planted years ago, hit the area like a meteor in a Si-fi novel.

Sometimes I should just snuggle and and open my mind to thoughts!


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