This is where we are now and the audience participates
We throw apples, oranges, bananas and pears. (Knives, sometimes, too)
We aren’t really starting fires; if we are, they aren’t real fires.
We villainize others, at times, but it’s usually in jest. Do you know those
villains were really just country-folk and that our intentions then sour?
This is where we are now and the audience participates.
The way the flames start is through niceties and like-ings and
the things that empower our spirit like sparkings and spunk.
(we aren’t really starting fires; if we are, they aren’t real)
When we participate it’s a given-charity, like lamplight or sky.
The agency is good and the activity is fresh. Life moves. Be ready.
This is where we are and the audience packs their bags and hops on.
They can enter any car to any destination, screaming choo choo with the rest.
It is gingering and relieving and near-ambulatory to say what you mean,
how you mean it. These aren’t real fires; it’s just private campgrounds.
And sometimes others interfere. They want to join your pack;
they want to add to your ghost-story; throw shadows into the
campfire and put the fire out before dawn. This is where we are
now and you don’t want to be left out. Gather round, here.
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