Retired superhumans do a little one step dance with giddy ghosts through the breath of the house and make your eyes each a mouth. Like how a room holds a thought you know the dance is a flu. There's a politics to dressing warm and it hit's a subtext of muscle.

What I've been calling me has been calling back- Don't call me that. I'm onomatopoepic animal faces. I've been bubbling like lips and running like a muppet Falk eyed and Dragon eared, negotiating boast and moan to give my dad his name back.

I guess a hero needn't heed any warning so aren't you a real hero the way you never hear me. But if the kids still cliff dive or be caught climbing a low bridge.

What I've been calling me has been calling back- Don't call me that. I'm onomatopoepic animal faces. Been tickled by the first grip of a chokehold hungover my neck and should'ves, negotiating most my bones to quiet the flags clap.


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