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Written on the wings of a long lost trip April 19 1999 A gross and sickening introspective look into the mind of a truly demented person You better believe Cmon mothers set your children free Let them run with us in the forests and the streams Let them dwell amongst us may we all get along I remember what happened last time your children freed themselves all hell broke loose That wont happen again though we promise Sign the permission slip and let them follow us it wont cost much but they might be gone for a while He decided that everything he believed in was in vain he felt that all his bearings were off course he began to use drugs at first it was cannabis then he moved onto wild hallucinatory drugs The kind that can really change a person change them in a good way or a bad wayWe now realize that the girl is going to be leaving soon she is not a girlfriend she is a time bomb a potential heart break and the young man is an indecisive monster unwilling to forgive himself for the things he does and the things he has seen The girl is incredible she would never intentionally hurt him but the boy-not a man a mere boy-knows that she will leave in a matter of months it happened to him once before with another girl it was not her fault though People have to leave that is evolution He left too though well metaphysically The neat thing about this drug he finds is that for three hours nothing really matters Time crawls by at a slow uneven pace things about him are more interesting and he does not worry about the girl school finding a job living dying growing changing or the future But future ties in with growing and growing is a potentially troublesome aspect of life Because when you grow-you change We
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