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Monday, October 13, 2008

From Jayavarman II to his Beautiful and Mysterious Love (Ca. 836 AD)

I had a car and named it blue

The paint chipped off and I gave it to you

The seatbelts tangled and the handles rusted

You were the only girl I trusted

Eight days a weak my mind is taught

And full of bullets already shot

But there was a time of other plains

Of swallowed stars and bangerangs

A time when thinking made me glad

And I only poured my drinks a tad

The days shimmied in summer of the year

Now down the trail and nowhere near

I long for the time when I required

Now, I’m either asleep or tired

Now the dust collects unswept

Now my logic is inept

Now it doesn’t matter much

That there was a time you were my crutch

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