she sits here drinking what does the fiction represent? the tv scandal can make her break out in a sweat she watches it to make her feel part of something she never was she sings a song that her father whistled while he worked it helps her relax a mild depressant keeps her down and she weeps smiling the radio bleeds that happy sound the music nullifies her fears with words to that effect she's happy now, she thinks that really nothing could go wrong all this waiting all for nothing routine living - rooms to live in routine living - merely wasting away this life she's living is an extension of our guilt the four-walled conscience imposed by those who never felt the pain the tedious drudgery boredom (relax!) - it's lonely and it's not right that this way of life should go on

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