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Not So Typical

Traits genetically tailored, we're meant to feel like failures

Hopes to be better than the last are stored away in the past

Dreams thrown out the window as complications crescendo

Girls sacrafice their dresses to ace their math tests

Life seems to be easy but struggles are masked wth Febreeze

My words and ideas seem to be invisible but maybe if they listened they would know I'm not ...

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Sky Wheel


Sky Wheel

Big sky wheel from heaven rolls over the land squashing houses and people and cities and families. Sky wheel doing its business from who knows where. A trail of loose house bricks that once were human dwellings. Now rubble. Where are the people? Under the boot of the sun wheel, totally fucked. Who sent this kilometre diameter circular thing to Planet Earth?

Wrecking ever...

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bizarreculling of mengeneticsscifi and surrealism

Adams Thumb Prints

Adams Thumb Prints


DNA is a marvel that's very true

And your's must reflect well upon you

Those twisting chains of proteins and more

Have in their ravels a record we now score

On computers the bases are being plotted to see

How clearly the great apes are related to me

But hidden amidst the recumbent parts

Are secrets of evolutions which all had to start

From s...

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