Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Go Outside to Starbucks Drive-Thru Sling Blade style 

One struggles with a cell while another finds some escape 

Let this be a warning, a key, some entertainment, a comforting its alright, or just assurance 


Go Outside (poem) 

I struggle through this moment
Reasons letting go
Days I’d come to know
Past the normal flow
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Wondering to go outside
To the weather waiting there
Past the safety of my den
And familiarity
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What purpose would I serve there
Wasn’t it enough
Things I had to tough
Gathering my fluff
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What brought me here after all
To the comfort of my mold
Isn’t this the perfection
Others often offer out
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Yet struggle burning still
What medication
Will bring frustration
Back to foundation
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Let’s see as we go outside
Greeting the dreams which others won’t dare
Meeting ideas in dark hiding spots
Cheating all those which like things the same
Beating is heart at something so wrong


Something to go with this verse or some entertainment from the past: The Rolling Stones "Mother's Little Helper"

Plus 

Most Egyptians died by the time they were 30 about 300 years ago. There was no Starbucks back then either. Coincidence?... Talk about Starbucks, meet Jason. He, his wife Amy and his family make up the group Psycho Ward, a YouTube comedy sketch team. In this routine, Jason steps outside himself to dawn the persona of "Sling Blade", a character made famous by Billy Bob Thornton, to have some fun with a Starbucks employee. Though funny, the real question is: Why did it take so long for this video to go viral? This video has been up for 5 months and until yesterday could not cross the 50,000 hit mark. Then it was aired on Nashville, Tennessee Fm 97.5 radio (this morning). And people were listening.
Now look at "Starbucks Drive-Thru. Sling Blade style." 

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