Believe in lonely people

 

Lonely people believe in almost anything when it

comes to leaving be the life that

everybody else might live and

breathe and siege and submerge

effervescing heart-

burning losses of lust and love.

 

And lonely people like myself are in-

SEE-

YOU-

ARE-

able as any when

it’s

time

to fence mendings or to battle out

ARE-

end-

AI-

TIE[all]-

offs – as strife makes us

do …

 

And precisely [be-

{cause]-

ing} my sense of adventure,

it’s my[all] too natural

loneliness and inability to meet

people I’d love and sex with

every day

which means precisely I’m

the hopeful

optimist I’ll be

for what’s left of my

life, and this

I can promise you, and this

I do say.

And so this is why I really beg that you

believe in lonely

people like no

other people on this might[y] rock:

for people like me, who

remain constant and alive in the

absence of humanity and

persistent

sexuality must surely be

made of the strongest of

fibres: neither moralising nor

cabrón

ATE-

ing, but simply that wisdom

which comes from

the sadness

of never seeing nor touching nor

hugging[love].

 

So believe me right now,

and believe me

again: the greatest re-

source of magnif-

i-

sent river, de-

livered like proud royal entity of

extra

special, and dark hooded,

man of night’s solitude, is a

person

who can claim to live in the poverty

of kissing no lips nor

smiling no face

nor embracing no body

from the dusk to the

dawn

and from the dawn

back again.

 

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