Hey, there you are Eyes burning like night time stars News you told me, hit like a car Now you say, this a new start? ...
The sun burns a golden brown You can see all around town Before the sky turns a grey tone Before a broken leg shown bone
Lockjaw, brain like coleslaw Still took time to study law Pills really will fuck you raw Wills, deals, and lines are all drawn
Lack the peace, can’t relax things I see, hear, Never ask Two spiders ate each other Some things they stay forever Still Lacking a miracle
Is that there rain or smoke Does it still make you choke Are you up still in pain I think it’s gonna rain Are those coils that there you feeling
It was early in the evening. The sun had set behind the horizon and made the sky glow. Night crawled across overhead from the opposite direction. I hesitated in front of Jerry’s tiny shack of a house. A muffled murmur of several voices at once could be heard from outside. The rest of the street was quiet. The occasional stray car passing by illuminated the darkened neighborhood and broke the silence for a moment. Everyone living nearby would have been long finished with dinner and thinking of sleep at this hour. An anxiety gripped my innards and twisted them into a knot. I was suddenly trembling from an unknown cold, despite it being the middle of summer and sweating buckets earlier in the day. Fuck it. I decided to go in.