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￭ in return for your navy blue shirt
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2008-03-24 | |
About the second you comprehend a touch whispering in you was right from the very beginning.
You unchain a double honest persona but just when darkness prevails, still there are slips now and then.
Since you can only speculate what othersâ€™ unconscious selves have seen, now conceive of you, youâ€™re scared.
And you are receding yourself into an action that could be the final memoryâ€¦
You simply cannot stop thinking and a heart attach of overwhelming sensations spread as fast as water set free.
Broken wings, scattered dreams of illusions, even perfect truths that started a journey with your face hidden.
Youâ€™re startled now even more as half of one wing is in the arms of a name that is mistaken about the key.
Is it so wrong to keep close someone, the present protection, in whom you havenâ€™t lost hope althoughâ€¦far away?
Outside problems are smaller than what your inner identity possesses.
Hold on, they said and you held on, but at this pointâ€¦ youâ€™re leaving pieces of yourself on a scarlet leaf, in a breath of incandescent air, among snowflakes on a summer night.
How are you supposed to keep hanging on when you are not real now, while their time has disappeared step by step?
You are given the possibilities to deny it all, but you just canâ€™tâ€¦imagineâ€¦howâ€¦whenâ€¦whoâ€¦no.
You stare at people, movement as if itâ€™s all new and you canâ€™t stop wondering: How do I make you smile, sadness?
Youâ€™re frightened others will fall happy near, but youâ€™re damaged enough to incarcerate that deep, â€˜cause similarity is what you really seek.
The scars run deep so as salt is relief compared to what youâ€™re getting.
Facing them you are lost and delirious.
Sunday, 23 March 2008
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