standards of time

it takes awhile longer than you'd think longer than a minute less than a lifetime but soon enough you too will forget what's worth remembering it too will be... left on the soft shoulder along the interstate or a country road carelessly tossed out of a window from a passing vehicle whose make and model is undetermined cause its not important to the storyline and low and beyond neither are you blurred through constant motion and forever travelling an endless distance bound by a stretch of time or length of road or as you see fit by any other means its just as wel...
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the improbable

she is as brilliant as the moon makes her entrance and fills the room the darkest corner comes to light like smiles escaping gloom this spectacle leaves me awestruck and wrestling with my tongue over what words apply cause they all seem right until my mouth opens and they come out all wrong releasing an incoherent blur with drunken lisp and slur even if I could explain none if it would matter she thinks she's being clever conveniently making it more comfortable for her by assigning tasks that are impossible or at best, improbable.
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don’t stand so close

i'd pour my heart out until nothings left and i'll find there isn't much for me to object as hours slide by the more I find my lost connections and stern objections are just imagined an elaborate alternate reality i've become trapped in you pretend to struggle although we both know its futile to resist and our lips connect the sensation lifts releasing waves of energy in convulsive fits concentrating on pulling you in by the nape of your neck as my fingers grip your skin following a gasp you're chasing your breath all while I'm drawing the air out of y...
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chasing myths

ive got something against people in love yes some still chase that myth wide eyed and bushy tailed jumping head first into the abyss no questions asked gone for days but never missed rather than being happy with finding any hint of happiness we seek to detach this emotion cause its selfish and most often misinterpreted
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