This post seems especially fitting considering the news I have just heard (which I will hopefully discuss soon, to a degree). Human beings look at death as a dreary occasion, one that has many downsides and no upsides. Yes, death is sad because it is just so final. Tons of memories abound from seemingly nowhere, […]
You think the worst of all is far behindThe Vampyre of time and memories has diedI survived.I speak, I breathe, I’m incompleteI’m alive – hooray!You’re wrong again‘Cause I feel no love
Even on the Internet people want anonymity, in some way. Shit, thinking of those old days still haunts me and I do my best to ignore it all — with alcohol. The irony is relentless.
more productive comfortable not drinking too much regular exercise at the gym (3 days a week) getting on better with your associate employee contemporaries at ease eating well (no more microwave dinners and saturated fats) a patient better driver a safer car (baby smiling in back seat) sleeping well (no bad dreams) no paranoia careful […]
Pardon me, sir, as I intend to split the seam — My morbid curiosity is as relentless as a villain in a lucid dream who uses humans as a canvas to quench his thirst for bloodshed, dismembering bodies and putting them back together again for when the hearse arrives and the people wallow in pity […]