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What's a Revolution...She was strolling, back heavy, mind low, feeling old…
Then the song drifted on a breeze…
She began to dance, feeling young…
Dance of the broken and the fixed,
The fighting and the asleep…
Her moves jerked silently, the record was scratched…
The song was corrupted…
to the point of no repair,
by the sound of metal and gunpowder hatred….
She stopped dancing, heart heavy, mind sad and cold, feeling old….
Put a finger on the record.
Make it stop.
For the music means nothing,
When there is no love.
Justice for the Pale and DowntroddenHer eyes glistened as she strolled down the dark alley of snow. The hands of a raggedy man were shaking. The girl stopped cautiously a few feet away from the man. Change jingled lightly in the pocket of her over sized flannel shirt as she swayed slightly with the sensation of a few drinks. The man looked up slowly, as not to alarm the girl. His eyes widened ever so slightly, his eyebrows raised. The shaking stopped, and he got up leisurely.
The girl’s mind was tingling with drink, and the man seemed to have a warm and beautiful aura about him. She could somehow tell he was scrawny under his multiple layers of mud encrusted clothing. Her hand shook the change in her pocket momentarily before she built the courage to take it out. What did she have to lose anyway?
“Here. Take this.. Should buy a sandwich or something… I think it’s about $5.00… In coins…” She coughed into the crook of her arm as she extended her thin and pale arm forward. She ha
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