Life is all entertainment , just like a psychedelic theater, our thoughts and breath whisper reality into creation. I roam in and out my worldless kingdom Freedom's reserved for the wild and untamed. For who cares to know, we could fly our way out as falcons , or swim our way in as whales. It will never really matter because it's all entertainment , while we patiently wait for the emanations. Expectations emerge from preconceived notions and blocks the transmissions entitled to all sentient beings. Like a collective prophet and a magnet , we learn to filter the commands to percieve the matrix. Finally to redefine and recreate a convenient path that is real. Our thoughts and breath whisper reality into creation, i chose my fun as transmutation, life is recreational.
She dances naked for me In the coin fountain She wears **** boots On the balcony Amid raindrops And not a stitch more For the hyperbole
It's the perfect dividing Of night and day This well of ours From which we play
In the 1880s a former sailor named John Frazier dug a well in the area of Carlsbad, California. The water was discovered to be chemically similar to that found in some of the most renowned spas in the world, and the town was named after the famed spa in the Bohemian town of Karlsbad. It is now a favorite vacation spot.
Bands a make her dance. A dollar will make her holler. So she must be worth a pretty penny, to flip open your wallet just to call her. "Hey baby, how much for a dance? Oh slow motion, yeah I like it like that." Her stripper name must be Visa for her rewards and her cashback. She can flap her wings to get your mind on track, of you spending your money all Welly-Nelly, and swiping your card down the crack. She's got you running to the private room like she's running game. If you fall in love with these strippers that's a tale of Two-Pains. How could a dime be worth a stack and arouse your spending range? I mean her game so tight she has your whole money roll entertained. And all she has to do is something strange for you to come out your pocket change. By: Thrystan Tate