Dinosaurs

from by Malvador

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The sun doesn’t smile down on us anymore.
Replaced by a haze, a violet miasma.
I spoke to a soothsayer at the cross in the road.
He foreboded disasters. A reversal of poles.
The decision was made to evacuate this zone.
I guess we’re gonna see if there’s any marrow left in these old bones.
I just don’t care to walk away, it is all I know.
A carefully protracted song, it is all I know, it’s all I’ve ever known.
And I’ve been dragging my feet for way too long.
An omen, it was a scream of the child-faced crow.
From a portal above me, down fell a rope.
I climbed to a new stage. A delusion of hope.
A party for the ages. Faux rewards for boredom.
And to all the nice people that I’ve met along the way:
Goodbye, and thanks for all the dreadfully pleasant days.
I just don’t care to walk away, it’s all I know.
A carefully protracted song, it’s all I know, it’s all I’ve ever known.
And I’ve been dragging my feet for way too long.
Bleed that last drop from the stone.
Extracted from the bones.
Ropes have such good memories.

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from Malvador, released October 3, 2014

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