stereotyped breath








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gossamerink a little momentum is all we need
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based on the string of thoughts engaging my mind rn (i really don't know what this is)

stereotyped breath

Hopes buttoned upon this origami skin,

skin, rashed with yesterday's ash,

Still trying not to succumb to the failure

While, the flowing waft

While, the flowing waft cleavages into crumbles of dysphoria.

Laying below the same wall,

Laying below the same wall, grisly graffitied,

Laying below the same wall, grisly graffitied, where strings of proposal of a brand new breath,

Laying below the same wall, grisly graffitied, where strings of proposal of a brand new breath, were denied

For I'm supposed to nurse the same old stereotyped breath, where strings of proposal of a brand new breath, were denied

For I'm supposed to nurse the same old stereotyped breath, Nurse the same grizzled soul.

Fingers piercing the clouds,

Fingers piercing the clouds, trying to peek at the ethers,

i r i s e upon my toes,

i r i s e upon my toes, Alas, I slip,

Didn't we rose from the deific ground,

Didn't we rose from the deific ground, For one day we'll fall asleep over it.

A path we are opined to walk,

A path we are opined to walk, Garnished by the fizzing expectations,

You're about to run,

You're about to run, reach there in time

Away from the lies,

Away from the lies, you're fancied to fly

They'll help me,

They'll push me,

They'll push me, clutching the laces of my shoes.

clutching the laces of my shoes.

@gossamerink

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