Bowling alley conversation. Coffee with no free refills. In a world of what we hate, pins drop and I stare straight. Normalizing our friendship means talking about the obvious, and hanging out every other week. The PA music made us laugh for a minute. And I remember the lull we were in and I crawl back in it. The video game stole my quarter so I sat back down and rolled my eyes, offered to buy you that refill but I was short a nickel and two dimes. PA music made us laugh for a minute. And I remember the hole we were in and I crawl back in it.


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    General Commentbowling alley conversation,
    coffee with no free refills.
    in a whirlwind of what we hate,
    pins drop and i stare straight.
    normalizing our friendship
    means talking about the obvious
    and hanging out every other week.
    the PA music made us laugh for a minute
    and i remember the hole that we were in
    and i crawled back in it.
    the video game stole my quarter,
    so i sat back down and rolled my eyes.
    i offered to buy you that refill,
    but i was short a nickel and two dimes.
    PA music made us laugh for a minute
    and i remember the hole that we were in
    and i crawled back in it.
    charcoalsketchon October 14, 2005   Link
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    General Commentbowling alley conversation,
    coffee with no free refills.
    in a whirlwind of what we hate,
    pins drop and i stare straight.
    normalizing our friendship
    means talking about the obvious
    and hanging out every other week.
    the PA music made us laugh for a minute
    and i remember the hole that we were in
    and i crawled back in it.
    the video game stole my quarter,
    so i sat back down and rolled my eyes.
    i offered to buy you that refill,
    but i was short a nickel and two dimes.
    PA music made us laugh for a minute
    and i remember the hole that we were in
    and i crawled back in it.
    charcoalsketchon October 14, 2005   Link

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