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Mansion World

As a warning in advance, this blog is a little recycled. The original, full version of this blog was written on Janurary 13th of this year and posted elsewhere. The difference between this rendition and the previous is that this one is purged of most of my own words.. As right now, most of it is irrelavent. This version relies heavily on audio and visual aid.


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Once upon, and once up high.. A dandy dream, what means to die?
Things to come, as life goes by-- The core of human equation.
Tentragram present the sign, A sign to saviourize.
Turn around..... I'd like to know you.

Everywhere and every why, the answer lay beyond the sky.
Pass through the seven satellites pass on to the place we go to learn to read, to rhyme, to count your primes-- An earthly education.
Climb A tree in life in hopes to find the mid-space time - dilation.

On a Mansion World, the role's reversed. A slave becomes a master.
On a Mansion World, the soul's converse and life moves a little faster.
We unify the universe and arrive in the ever after.
In the Mansion World..... I might like to know you.

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Last week I had the strangest dream that everything was exactly how it seemed.. Where there was never any mystery of who shot John F. Kennedy.It was just a man with something to prove.. Slightly bored and severely confused.
He steadied his rifle with his target in the center, and became famous on that day in November.

Don't wake me, I plan on sleeping in . . .

Again last night I had that strange dream where everything was exactly how it seemed.
No concerns about the world getting warmer.. People thought that they were just being rewarded for treating others as they'd like to be treated, for obeying stop signs and curing diseases, for mailing letters with the address of the sender..
Now we can swim any day in November.

Don't wake me, I plan on sleeping in . . .

Deep Freeze by andrew-campbell

It's so weird when I think of ways to explain myself. Despite what it may seem, I'm happy. Happy, but it coexists with a conscious insanity. I believe Retrospekt once mentioned a concept of this sort before, and it's also a theme of an In Flames album. I'm closer to escaping it than ever before, and I feel great about that.. But this is one of the few occasions I'm left confused by it.

If there were ever one question I've repeatedly asked myself, it would be "What are you so afraid of?".

-timx

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