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May 2019
a fire lights itself inside of my soul and leaves the body in place of the mind so that all can dissolve and unwind like cinders absolving
in time unlike the fabled sets of blue that drape the regal palace of your majesty's cerebral celibacy am I fit to rule and be queen if I'm too young to tie my shoes or too old to fall for religion I'm not quite sure but I do enjoy my whiskey upside down for life is a bright hole of blazing despair disguised as passionate joy oh boy oh boy take me
Noteworthy notes of the duly-noted variety.
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Marla
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