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Parking Outside Your Mind

Every move takes twice as long
With a hawk eye
Beading down
And the machine can run without you
But to no avail it will certainly crash and burn
No reward, no temptation.
Studying, hurrying, scurrying
Are these actions for better or worse?
The pole dances around the fairy
Not knowing its own accord
But who can wait for one who does not understand?

The riddle is too extreme 
The desire is too real
The smoke cannot dissipate
It’s a screen of perilous oils
Burning and cascading 
Till death do us part.
Walking and talking 
Through the valleys of Neptune
Soon the discussion will turn us back
To a history that’s 
Parking outside your mind.

Copyright © John Paluszek

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