"A Hundred-Year, Minute-Long Intermission" as written by and Thomas/dutton Dutton....
Place your hand on mine
Untie your mind
Let your bloated brain
Balloon and float away
(Float away)

Wet the end of the thread
Thimble upon your index
Feed the line through inside
Draw it from the either side

Pull the strand to satisfy
The need to compose
This entire naive glow

Set the needle on its path
(Set the needle)
Bobbing up and down and past
Tears and seams all turned to one
(Turned to one)
Every stitch and each spool spun




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"A Hundred-Year, Minute-Long Intermission" as written by Thomas Dutton Paul Dutton

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