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    dots Submission Name: Everyday Bluesdots
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    Author: Angel_Sin
    Elite Ratio:    6.96 - 20/26/30
    Words: 332
    Class/Type: Prose/Depressed
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    Description:
       I wrote it two nights ago after a walk in the street. I felt very blue, outside of everything, like I was glued to the sidewalk or something like that. Anyways, I would like to share your impressions on this.


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    dotsEveryday Bluesdots
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    Tonight as I was going down 14th st
    I bumped into Dean the Bum, he was smoking a cigarette
    'didn't see him at first,
    I was staring at the sky,
    he was gazing at the ground.
    I stopped and said hi,
    half a smile floated on the bum's face,
    "how's it going my darling one?" he asked.
    "Good" I replied like I meant it...
    and I,in turn, showed my teeth, they weren't any whiter.
    "Great, sweatheart,..." he took a puff on the cigarette and said "the wind is soft tonight..."

    It was a breezy night, warm,sorrowful
    The night's eyes, Dean's eyes,
    my everyday blues.

    so I thought to myself
    Walk away from the bum and the smoke,
    Walk away from crooked teeth and shadows.

    Tonight as I was going down 14th st
    I bumped into Dean the Bum, he was smoking a cigarette.
    'didn't recognize him at first,
    I was lost into the crispy atmosphere,
    he was reaching for the outside.
    He stopped and said hi,
    half a smile floated on my face,
    "How's it going my dear friend?" I asked
    "Great..." and he inhaled
    "Glad to hear it,man" I replied.
    He then smiled this humanly sad smile,
    looked around and said "the wind is soft tonight..."

    It was a breezy night,warm,mournful
    The night's eyes, Dean's eyes,
    my everyday blues.

    so I thought to myself
    Walk away from the bum and the smoke,
    Walk away from crooked teeth and shadows.

    and I walked a thousand miles through the night
    behind I left the bum and the blues
    but I found the bum at my doorstep
    he smiled this humanly sad smile,
    and told me to look around,so I did
    the wind has switched direction.
    He shook his head and said "Oh my darling one,
    don't you know I'm all you've got."
    So I open the door and let him in...




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      excellent, very intent, I love the words
    | Posted on 2006-07-13 00:00:00 | by gjenkins | [ Reply to This ]


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