Re: Playing in the Afterlife
- It is awesome. I have pondered it a bit. I think he is saying that
our perception of reality is false and the invisible things are all
that is real. It speaks to me of suicide, reincarnation(of coarse),
and death being our only true escape. But I also felt he was saying
that life is a waste of time. Due to this, I am concerned. This was
only my interpretation. Lisa
> --- In ticket2write@y..., "ambient_dreamer" <bmoore28@y...>
> > With a wink reality twists
> > it bends and floats
> > as we desperately clutch
> > at the edge of sanity.
> > Bouncing across history
> > chasing the dragon through
> > the sticky viscous fluid of time.
> > Lightning unfolds like Jacob's ladder
> > And what I thought was thunder
> > was really the sound of my last breath.
> > My house has a face
> > it's eyes as bright as Hell.
> > Nightmarish animated visions
> > disappear with a blur
> > while language falls apart.
> > The music speaks now
> > making strange sense
> > as it paints the room with sound.
> > I walk through my Monet
> > into the long lost Sahara Forest
> > where lazy cows once layed
> > and not for want of rain.
> > Tonight we welcome the taste of fear
> > Hanging muted gray corpses with silver rings.
> > Watching as the spiders eat them with kisses.
> > The night screams, shuffling time
> > like a deck of shiny new cards.
> > Painfully I inject three rocks
> > through my jugular
> > they stop the heart but not the mind.
> > Death is not so dark
> > but bright and beautiful
> > So angels please kiss them goodbye for me
> > while I play a while in the afterlife.
> > --A.D.