"Afternoon with the Axolotis" as written by Jeffery Dimpsey, Tim Lash, Bryan St. Pere and Matt Talbott....
A bed of dead leves graced the ground
a quick glance to the other side
we will not be found
send me on some haste command
come close
screams to me I can see you above the grass
and threw it all she seemed secure
downward is heavanward and we are not alone
head thrown back a second time
eyes shut bellzebub can review this without a net



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"Afternoon with the Axolotis" as written by Jeffery Dimpsey Bryan St. Pere

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    General CommentI love robotrippins take on this song, its definantly a story weaved together and I cant decide what it could be a metaphor FOR. I imagine a car crash somewhere deep in the woods, and a woman is lost in the woods and comes to a clearing or a river, and finds her broken body lieing there, and has to come to terms with her own death. Its like a narative of the death of a woman and how she surrenders and accepts death, downward is heavenward could mean that the frightening and nihilistic acceptance of death is not so bad, its like heaven to finally be able to aknowledge and accept the truth no matter how painful it is.
    Turkishgoldcamson September 19, 2010   Link

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