I gently pour the alcohol over your wounds and watch the scars fade into time
and watch the wincing fall away
donna was hired to mend the flowers of my father's prized estate
and when she worked
it was as if we had never felt the cold

we quickly came to love her
but i most of all came to love her

it was not easy to meet you, but in the soil I felt your fingers grope,
in the virgin soil I passed through a groan

attacked you with my sense of a smile
you must quit this work and caress the radio's bulbs
and turn the blue green dials,

and notice that the blue lights are parallel and move in file

with the strength of the wave


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