A dog to anyone who will provide protection
That'll keep intact my shoebox
House my bones.

There are magnets on the ceiling that pull half of the left side of your lips up.
I made them work strong because while I work in physics I'm also a plumber by trade, so.
I pull down eyebrows too and while I know my knees buckle I will still amble in O!

The latrine was filled with holy water and things we all had in common.
Shared my entire body. Took a bath.
Made the water as hot as I could.
Tried to sleep and work out some math equation I must've been given as a kid.
How she must've felt when the shaved side of her head started growing back.

Then the age sets in to need something.
Tries to fit it inside his shared suit.
I need to need something clean.
He's a dog to anyone, just let him eat.


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