We Just Don't Always Know It

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by: Gregg M. Pasterick
uploaded: 02/19/2016
notes:
I got a pipe full of medication, "Music for Films" in my ears. The sun seems to set surreptitiously, while the bats begin to appear. Everything's always fine; we just don't always know it. Suddenly I feel the magic. I am a starchild deep in space. It's so peaceful, I suck my thumb. The starlight tickles me face. Everything's always fine; we just don't always know it. You better say it now 'cause you might not feel it tomorrow. I can't see ham fallin' off the pepperoni. There's a big white emptiness, and I'm still doin' the dishes, and you might say I'm just a little bit stoney. I'm standing on the deck of a starship. The 'A' deck to be precise. I am filled up with the stars and these electric desert nights. Everything's always fine; we just don't always know it. The other evening we saw a spaceship; a great orange globe of polished light. It seemed to slowly rotate away from us, and it was gone... I break into my treacle dance, moving at a geologic pace. I smear like a watercolor in the rain. Everything is in it's place. Everything's always fine; we just don't always know it. You better say it now 'cause you might not feel it tomorrow. I can't see ham fallin' off the pepperoni. There's a big white emptiness, and I'm still doin' the dishes, and you might say I'm just a little bit stoney      
Tagses: cosmic american (we can link these up later)

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We Just Don't Always Know It
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