Entre o corpo esquálido
e o cálice vazio,
entre os lábios rachados,
entre as cinzas do que
restou de ti frente a teus medos,
do que contarás para teus filhos.
Entre o espaço dos dias
que nunca se vão e o olhar
deprimido frente a televisão,
trair tudo o que sentes se repete,
quão mais tentes dizer
saber que não há
tantos motivos pra parar e
tantos motivos pra dizer que não
faz diferença estar bem.

“Por que me acordou?
Por que me quer bem?
Fecha a porta do meu quarto,
não me importa ser exato
no que desejei...”

Narciso se olhou dentro dos olhos,
como se estivesse fora de seu corpo.
Nunca se sentiu tão doente.

“Estamos fora do ar
temporariamente pois nossos
transmissores estão em manutenção”

Serei eu este anjo caído ao chão?
Já não se parece mais comigo...
Já não se parece mais Domingo.

Mãe, diz que não foi nada...
eu fui tão cego voando rumo a luz.
Mãe, perdi minhas asas no fogo
e agora meus braços sangram.

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