Fragments 3

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I do not care if you are vulgar but I do ask that you be polite. Ettiquette is preferred over vulgarity.

Let those laugh that win. I vomit pearls and drink brandy to recover.

There is somthing comforting to a sentance with perfect grammar.

Barry lyndon ached once for love but it made him so much more.

Decency no longer runs in social circles there are many broken links.

Personal suffering is nothing compared to the dilemmas of the sun.

Purgatory-personality purges fears like glacial migrations.

I experienced the death of the sun. I walked the streets of a silent civilisation in perpetual night.

How still and bright the night skies. Just the electric light of storefront windows to colour the blackness. Tiny spiders descend from the silent empty sky on gossamer strands.

No one is safe from my gregarious nature buffoonish and self aware. I buy crack like coffee or jump into the furnace just to feel warm.

I feel happy and miserable. Happy from beer and miserable that I've of ran out.

Music is artificial through headphones and I am synthetic android. Plastic new flesh and soft glass eyes.

I would settle for dissolution at the bottom of life's dregs than evaporation at the froth 

Her astethic:

The truth is what it is, cold and unforgiving. Without distractions or hope it is a living death. We all avoid the truth yet wax lyrical about it.

My cat sits in the warmth and his reflection watches from the cold window framed night.

Settle for nothing that is something. Make life your own.

Instants that prohibit regret from their ranks. Music should require no effort for enjoyment like a diet coke or a ciggerette. Memory is melencholy but the present moment is blind.

In politics stupidity is not a handicap. Napoleon Bonaparte

The language of happiness is infinite and it does not translate well to alcohol.

 

 

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