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2nd Apr 2004, 12:56  

Melinda says:

I walk the frozen streets alone.
The pavement cracked and broken
Beneath my feet, the wind
Howls past my ears, through my hair
Like some demon sent to torment me.
Past the storefronts I go,
Window-shopping.

2nd Apr 2004, 15:58

Stefan Jones(SeJ-at-aol-dot-com) says:

Life on Europa!

2nd Apr 2004, 18:49

Evil Tim says:

The other kind of crack.

2nd Apr 2004, 18:51

bob(jackiechan-at-aol-dot-com) says:

you said crack, and now I can't get the words ass and fault out of my head. Make it stop... Pllleeeaaasssee.

2nd Apr 2004, 23:13

Penda says:

I saw someone on the beaches of Ormond Beach with feet that looked just like that.

3rd Apr 2004, 04:53

Phillip(baxterporidge-at-aol-dot-com) says:

I [would ask (what) (you)] mean(,) butt[(...--)(I guess it's not really all that important)].

3rd Apr 2004, 08:49

bob(jackiechan-at-aol-dot-com) says:

Feet cracked with green things growing out of it?

4th Apr 2004, 09:15

snaprails says:

Thanks Penda, now I'm sitting lookin' at wet Berkshire 'n thinkin' about nice warm Volusia Co. ;-(

4th Apr 2004, 12:14

George says:

wow. paving, crazeee man

4th Apr 2004, 21:00

Evil Tim says:

Warren, Why are we looking at this? sorry couldn't think of any thing strange to say

5th Apr 2004, 16:11

Amber says:

Reminds me of maps, connections, neurons, cells all squished together under a microscope, fucked up flowcharts, and the notion that it doesn't matter where the fuck you are, crab grass and the change of seasons will inevitably take your smooth concrete and beat it to hell and back.

5th Apr 2004, 18:25

Penda says:

The grossest people with the driest skin soaking up the beach and sun in sunbathing suits shopkeeps had no business selling to them. I'd have taken a picture, but photos on the beach invite security,

7th Apr 2004, 18:08