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8 or so bees in my bonnet

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48 hour session [Jan. 6th, 2006|12:19 pm]
8 or so bees in my bonnet
[music |rrf-fish]

as far as drug experiences go
it wasn't the best,
i felt tired and lonely.
fortunately i had consumed enough alcahol to make me care less.

it was frosty when i met her
if i remember rightly
and i generally do

the amphetemines were wearing off
and i guess if i'd done a shot a heroin
one might have said, i'd have been playing with a full deck

'maybe i'll patent a diet drink
made out of string
and call it 'spew' or 'tank' or 'least' or something.'


i guess you wondering why i'm telling all this?
well, there is an interesting tangental story...

fully scientifically unproveable...
just like schrodingers cat

the first thing we noticed about their voices
was their subtlty
only just there
murmuring above the background noise

but then they started to make sense
like a rorscasch/braille test
for a blind person

you said.
'aha, your greeness
the smell of freshly cut cheese plant
tickles my nose.'

but then obsessive
like a 48 hour gaming session.

it all went wonderfully pear-shaped.


their lack of life (or should i say their oneness with death) was intoxicating.
their pleas and schemes for me to join them were not.

so i took the pills
the 'help i'm under psychic attack' ones.
they were yellow i think

fully tested on some poor monkey
it was pure gold
dense and unreactive
but you can't eat gold
and i don't speak monkey...

[User Picture]From: dragonflysister
2006-01-06 03:10 pm (UTC)
i'm inclined to leave a comment... but have no idea what to say...
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[User Picture]From: rather_reticent
2006-01-06 03:28 pm (UTC)
a very powerful piece

tugs at the heart strings..at least it did to mine.
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[User Picture]From: paganmaid
2006-01-06 04:03 pm (UTC)
I'm glad to see you writing poetry again. It always speaks volumes, like this one.

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