benjamin bueno


what if you got road head on the way to space


Brutally human. Slings and arrows of outrageous reason. You make my heart sing and melt. In the history of violence. Those two things dont sit together by accident. And they only take the back roads. Insult to injury. The war on the poor. No obligation to the most vulnerable. Religion can encompass the entire human condition. And I believe what i can not see. And i breathe in what i cannot stop. And all i hear is to move on. Come with me to the waves and the ocean. Green and mean. Blue and true. What does this have to do with you. Im using only his words. Im waiting for my feet to land on the sun. Dwelling on the past or staying in one place to long. You gotta recognize the moment. The moment of clarity. We cant possibly stand up against them. And have been for a long time. Strangers are the easiest people to be honest to. How many did you count? Amazing cow. What does this have to do with you? Amazing cow. This is not a riddle. Amazing cow. Watching butterflies in the daylight. Float and wasp across the grass bed. Croche a knitted tree. Erect and he loathed. Fangs to death. Apart a ramping tree. Forever rose. Living in between the sheets. I am pure nothing. At the end of eternity. Sometimes i drink out of the volcano. Time for killing. Time for rebellion and the end of the world. From here to eternity. What if you got road head on the way to space.

Submitted: Thursday, December 05, 2013

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