LonelinessMore Like This
The man walks into his favorite cafe at twelve-thirty sharp, as he does every day. He takes a seat by the window and unfolds the daily paper, before the waitress asks for his order. The man will inevitably ask for the normal BLT sandwich and a cup of coffee, with creamer. It takes about ten minutes depending on the day, but the man isn't very bothered. He is tranquil, instead, enjoying the peace, a change from his normal lifestyle. This little break has been his solace for months now.
And I'm going to kill him with a bullet that costs less than his coffee.
I've measured the distance. It's four hundred meters, just a few mils of drop for my .308. It would get him in the middle of the forehead, messy, but painlessly. Lights out. There would be some panicked screams and the police would be called. I would be down the stairs and out by the time the first cop reached the door. It'd all be quiet and clean, just how it should be. I know that it's worth it, for me at least.
I'm going to shoot
Uh oh.There go the days of Darwinism.More Like This
Let's make monkey bars five bars long
And four feet high,
That'll teach the kids
A thing or two about life.
Don't forget to get rid of teeter-totters.
See-saws are really just
Weapons of mass destruction
And you can't throw sand or rocks
When you're walking on some sort of hard foam.
There's the unfortunate side effect of cancer, maybe,
But no worries, that won't get in your designer shoe.
As far as I'm concerned, if you're going to lick a pole
Your tongue should stick to it.
And if you swing too high, and with no hands
You should feel 'bad idea' tormenting
Your every nerve ending when you hit the ground.
Now, it's not that I don't think safety is a good thing,
But freedom is being able to rollerblade
And acquire a nasty little scape when you fall
Because you know that you chose the speed.
After all, it's just a little lesson,
in cause and effect.
So never say never
And don't say no,
And tell them that they can do anything-