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Introduction To The Ground

move, slower, at thy thought the desert still, the forest frozen over


every reflective tree burning in black flames beneath the black sun


spilling black blood into the stream flowing the blood of the ages


swirling the vision of what was once a considerably handsome face


the paint separates in vicious ways first each from every colour torn


from the other all hands reaching once together then each one once


mixed to perfection broken hands breaking sentences complexities


further out past the wake of having a destination anywhere we go yes


there we are again ripped down from the heavens and quicker than I


was there faster than the eye could see what wast it than to be humming


the silent chorus of the silent song next to her I sit and burning trees they


those burning trees burn for infinity in ever shifting form mirrored flames


burning black trees ever shining ever catching light and bending it past


all lucid corners turn themselves round and corrected mind into the hallway


far past the doorway closed the latch locked and the paintings dripping


all reversedly drop rising into remembered instances of memories former


years she stands in front of the doorway with her hand upon the gears and


from the floor the masked face the cloaked wreckage of the ship by the


desert spring it is only a mirage let not the straps fall off one shoulder and


the dress by clasps barely hold tight the ship dear boy hold on into the light


but a mirage it is the desert spring a shimmering in the distance just one more


step away pulling the ship along the sand pulling the strap below the armpit


and the lever shifts the gears in turn the floor lowers the candles burn and the


mechanism begins the floors descend beneath the wood down led down by


chains deeper and deeper the mind erased the face far far far down the stream


barely a finger lifted chin far past the shallow deep into the hollow beneath the


stoned hallway every step invertingly changes as the hourglass turns againe


the diamond falls to the bottom of the abyss and mirrored leaves fall like pieces


of glass shattering as they hit and breaking upon the wooden casket with the


serpentine engraving the devil's bones the mind reawakening all tunneled throws


moving through the explosion forward through the star field of motion all drifting


pasts further passed the break all shattered selves in masks arranged in a tethered


web like diamonds hang like dewdrops before they fall down like the dress falls


beneath the knees ever deeper beneath the floor the black walls rise round the glow


receding of the hallways candle-lighted lay the ceiling vast the emblems play like


cherub children running to chase away the dying flame the pieces fall the mirrored


frame caressed as the artists brush takes to painting the portrait of a little girl just


a moment ago the second to the minute the hour to the missing insanities that


grip the mask only one can remove the spirit then floats headlong as the body


drifts deeper into the nothingness and walking through the blasted prospect of


whom once was there just for a second whom once had touched the concept


of heaven she wraps her victim in silken rope and leaps back to her place by the


stone and with one pressed flower in the book one tug on the hand She next to


Prometheus stands chaining up the legs and wrists and neck with one kiss all in

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