It walks in circles all the time
Different mind

It claws the walls with bound hands
and tries to climb this shell that grew inside

It keeps correcting all its non-existant
flaws while it pretends they're gone

It knows the mind that's keeping track
of all mistakes that ever made its life

Sometimes I can almost reach the sun
Yet, the distance
Is blinding

It walks in circles all the time
Different mind

It keeps repeating all its goals to make
the purpose seem so worthwhile

It inputs air into the lungs just so they
see that it pretends to breathe

It ran the circle one last time
One last time

Abandoned all these faces
living in the dreams
that emptied out its cries

It climbed the wall on broken hands
until the edges pulled apart
Revealing all the same divides
Mind is set on 'loop'


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    My OpinionThe Desolation Wrought of Religious, Racial, Mental, Institutional, Filial, Spousal and/or Sexual Abuse, and Programming. In fact, as the album progresses the Dystopic Vision becomes increasingly Apparent until the Ninth Track where the Bliss is Defined by Surrender unto the Ineffable Logical Outcome, Cybervana.

    And the twisted thing is, that most people do not realize, is as soon as an Individual Idea is Realized at the Conclusion of the Album, it Recycles and the whole Album starts again. The Program Breaking down the Natural Spirit with it's incising Zen Rhythms, Annihilating the Human Condition, as is Significated in Purity's Passage, "Forever Looped in Frames".

    The entire Work represents a most horrible Conscious Repression. To achieve this R-Complex Meditation one would need to listen to the Album many times in a row, until the Negative Bliss is attained, and one is Thankful and compressed once it is over, and fearful that such places could Exist. Experiments in Inhumanities.
    VeKtoR555on February 03, 2013   Link

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