WHEN I ASKED WHY HE HAD DONE IT, HE SAID











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"I wanted to see how fast I could sink a ship
normally reserved for the harshest of waters"

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WHEN I ASKED WHY HE HAD DONE IT, HE SAID

I hated to see the light they carried like hope,

light bulbs on cords draped over their shoulders and between their legs.

light bulbs on cords draped over their shoulders and between their legs. I had always had a fantasy of smashing them and cutting the cords,

light bulbs on cords draped over their shoulders and between their legs. I had always had a fantasy of smashing them and cutting the cords, boxing them up and putting them in the garage,

light bulbs on cords draped over their shoulders and between their legs. I had always had a fantasy of smashing them and cutting the cords, boxing them up and putting them in the garage, ‘I’ll get around to fixing them next weekend’.

I wanted to see how fast I could sink a ship

I wanted to see how fast I could sink a ship normally reserved for the harshest of waters.

As a child I would watch the Titanic and

As a child I would watch the Titanic and count all the ways I could drown her adventurous spirit.

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