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breeding lilacs out of dead land

Posted 05-01-2009 at 12:56 PM by sweetiepie
Updated 05-01-2009 at 01:09 PM by sweetiepie

went for a drink of water, did i see a sardine in my glass?

i might have a job soon. it's unlikely, but it feels even less likely. what with the balmy residue of beerpong-and-poker night still in my pores, crumbs on the table, a strange image on my desktop. My beard is long and my hair is longer, and my eyes are open but unfixed on any point near or far.

did angie just say moose? no she said house. uhg.

people who don't believe in abortion don't understand time. how it not only ravages the living but how it ravages the unborn too. they don't remember growing up. they don't remember the pain of birth. they are so concerned with the dangers of death they forget entirely the danger of life. we actuaries in our stupid little towers, are experts at seeing into the future, but awful at seeing into the past.

the boys are growing tired of rachel's shenanigans. my heart is also tired of beating out her name.

now is the time to understand though. aprille is minerva pulling at your spine until you've been plucked clean out of the ground. or the lord jesus tired with 7 days of torture and heavenly defibrillation, still having to push the rock slab free and let the sun burn his retina.

how am i going to wrap my head around equations today?

almost every company starts with debt. that's what birth is. it's debt. and growing out of debt. or not growing out of debt. now is the time to understand the meaning of growing pains, because, maybe for once, this country knows what debt actually means.

it means having to get out of bed, always having to get out of bed.
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