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It takes an unicorn to find the unicorn

At blurred edges of lucidity cognition about your existence is written tried to rip you out of my intestines you asked me what's wrong with the roots nothing except, they're retaining you in one place only I'm depersonalizing reverie like runaway eyelashes dawn fractured in front of my eyes by intertwined limbs we stretched out an imaginary trajectory towards perishing moon I'm laughing he couldn't comprehend why there is no future only left out asteroids from the past bombarding us selectively and daily I told him how everything is surreal and raindrops will momently rinse the laugh. I told him - I am the wall the rough one the one that gives you a back pain when leaning against it he answered that the trick must be in the way you're leaning I couldn't be your umbrella now we are both soaked

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