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When I was a kid, I always used to find the most interesting stuff just lying around in the attic of my grandmother's house.  There were comic books, old magazines, mouse traps, tons of old clothes, strange gadgets...  And every item told a story, or many stories, always different.  In short, it was a paradise. All those things were still in the attic when I went there last Christmas for the first time in years.  But all I saw was junk.
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White Lines
Things that take some people high jet plane in the morning sky pale powder from a mirror shrine whipped cream on an apple pie white lines Things that make you wonder why march of dupes with racist signs remains in camps of genocide straitjacket sleeves tied real tight white lines Things reminding us we die chalk marks at a scene of crime 10 000 crosses in Lorraine twisted scar from neck to thigh white lines
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Trip of Goats
My mind, the legless wonder once again wandered yonder. Slid down a slippery slope nimbly dodged an otoscope, landed on a road shoulder and shy of a beholder made way towards the woodnotes; gently grazed a trip of goats then hung the stars and the moon to dress up the afternoon.
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Attempted Murder
The orange bloom of The evening sun spreads Its soft pollen over Tipped roofs Two lone crows on a Picket fence make me Chuckle until I Realize The latter casts The shadow of a Blackbird
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Tyranny For Youth Logo
Tyranny For Youth Logo
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When I was a kid, I always used to find the most interesting stuff just lying around in the attic of my grandmother's house.  There were comic books, old magazines, mouse traps, tons of old clothes, strange gadgets...  And every item told a story, or many stories, always different.  In short, it was a paradise. All those things were still in the attic when I went there last Christmas for the first time in years.  But all I saw was junk.
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White Lines
Things that take some people high jet plane in the morning sky pale powder from a mirror shrine whipped cream on an apple pie white lines Things that make you wonder why march of dupes with racist signs remains in camps of genocide straitjacket sleeves tied real tight white lines Things reminding us we die chalk marks at a scene of crime 10 000 crosses in Lorraine twisted scar from neck to thigh white lines
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Trip of Goats
My mind, the legless wonder once again wandered yonder. Slid down a slippery slope nimbly dodged an otoscope, landed on a road shoulder and shy of a beholder made way towards the woodnotes; gently grazed a trip of goats then hung the stars and the moon to dress up the afternoon.
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Attempted Murder
The orange bloom of The evening sun spreads Its soft pollen over Tipped roofs Two lone crows on a Picket fence make me Chuckle until I Realize The latter casts The shadow of a Blackbird
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MalthusWolfProfessional Digital Artist
Thank you for the watch! I really appreciate it. :)
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You're very welcome, love your background illustrations. :)