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one flesh one body

we approached the intersection i was filled with laughter and joy the scent of citrus and cypress  seemed to surround us the sun sat in a distance bathing in it's own glow the clouds were very thick rolling across the hot mist of the day i smiled as the light turned quickly from red  yellow and finally green to go a convoy roared past us i caught a glimpse of two suspicious characters the green light dimmed ticking sounded as the impact ignited the release of a very powerful blast only fragments of me were left dangled about heavens sphere mother appeared within the glow as my entire life danced about as my mind clung to thought scents i'd become to know i remembered home four o'clock flowers dandelions weeping willow trees a butterfly's cocoon sirens soared my skull was crushed while i balanced memories my soul left my  body  guiding me back to my macerated flesh

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