See the bad night turn to day. Be here now. And Its not that i don't admire the dirty and the blue. But nobody talks to me. And i have shit over my heart. And its time for the rainbow. Viewer beware. You're in for a scare. It lies beneath the sink. Bad things are happening. Birds are like paintbrushes that paint the sky. Am i in the sunlight? I'm trying to savor what little life i have left. My brain has nothing to do. Now theres a book i'd like to read. Meet me on top of the rainbow bridge. And we'll watch the sunset. I can't ged rid of the smell. And it smelt so good. It was like tasting lavender. Theres darkness everywhere but the sun gets all the attention. I'm tired of thinking. It's right in front of me. Some people don't like to dance at parties.
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