dark glasses coke bottle comic
when the novelty wears off will u vomit?
when u c the damage of never trying to smile?
when u lose your optimist?
Suddenly u r back in the magic store
back in 1974
What a bore
Your lifes a snore
Another lost black lab wanders symbolically
across a brightly lit light sky and i rescue it
Yes i stop and save his life for you.
The other day my she giggled and smiled
the love wandered back in
warmed us like a giant hearth
For one brief moment
One brief turn of a yellow sunflower
the heart sings again
Coke bottle glasses dark and comic
R u that sad
dark and comic coke bottle shade
Do u still believe in magic?
R u still back in the magic store?
R u stuck in 1974?
U cant go home
U cant come here
When the novelty is gone will you vomit?
All you lost comes rushing back into your veins like a tidal wave as your last words muttered
Check your coat
sleep eternally wearing your comic dark coke bottle glasses.
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