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you cannot turn this moment sideways in and out in and out time guards it set in stolen bylanes in and out in and out this come on says adaptation in and out in and out that neon fades rooms are vacant in and out in and out assimilate like virus breeders in and out in and out duck back rain past tireless bleeders in and out in and out trite monsters come closer closer in and out in and out past lives shut stray further further in and out in and out cinnamon toast for irish mocha in and out in and out breakfast made for promises broken in and out in and out run for haste outrun surrender in and out in and out breathe forget breathe remember in and out in and out these doorways bleep with metal meters in and out in and out ten new ways spring to burrow deeper in and out in and out the pattern grows like traffic weaving in and out in and out breaks marrow down to every feeling in and out in and out don’t know how I keep on living in and out in and out no this is not some serum talking this is how I shout

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5 Responses

  1. The repitition gives this an amazing rhythm. I like the ‘in and out’ of life and breathe

    ~MM – Thanks Maxine :)!

  2. wow..you write this so well..

    i am happy that i follow you

    ~MM – Thanks Shraddha :)! I wish you wouldn’t im always heading for cul-de-sacs

  3. wow..i am sure i commented before but it did not show..

    ~MM – Yes it came through 🙂

  4. It’s like a slam poem, one for performing. Very cool and quick like buzzing in and out of word traffic.

    ~MM – Thanks Paul, crossed my mind too, always does 😦

  5. Wow! Love the rhythm and the power. It’s definitely one to read out loud.

    ~MM – Thanks Cocoyea! i made an attempt but im confounded by technology and sheer laziness… i will prevail, eventually 😦

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