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Most people think my bong is the But Im no common drug mule Im just a man fighting for his sanity In a sea of bliss I dont understand why we cant all just get along Do you not understand my abyss The scented smoke flows throughout my room And I find myself lost in the sea of bliss And down the hall an echo is heard An echo of paradise Scratching through the surface The gonzo journalism shines brightly into our soul And my new pipes decor flows brilliantly like an ethereal duck Its the simpler life for me Once flowing down a meadow The pride of the once foolish man is bothersome You will find your own meaning Why can God simply not find a place for his children The evil fuels the inverse fire of good Complexity does not equate to greatness The simpler life somes is greater My green sometimes inspires love Most often inspires love and care If everyone is doing it does that mean its bad I wouldnt imagine so Do you understand the meaning of life Organization is key The rapeseed of our fundamentalist organization Cannot be quashed Is the pipe of peace Truly a pipe of insanity The agnostic cosmology shatters my illusion of reality To the diminishing point of insanity The highest freedom of Everest cannot escape my path My path bleeds through an insane mans fury To which judgement is skewed The weed is good at my Hotel Entropy You cannot find true love in my worthwhile free will A vase may shatter into one thousand pieces when dropped But dropping one thousand pieces will not produce a vase The rolling papers of desire roll counter-clockwise Into the spirit of a deep man The subconscious desire to procreate retreats into the bosom and thousands of geese fly south The inane ramblings
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