What are you doing that you could be doing brighter? And why aren’t you?
Can’t read the blue text on the dark background, or not nearly all of it.
Why aren’t I so bright these days? Because I did indeed burn out. I was just thinking about why I don’t have a “vision” anymore. Perhaps because when I did have, those around me didn’t react, didn’t appreciate, and some told me I was seeing things. After a while you burn up your reserves and there’s nothing left but ash. A flame needs air to burn; if you smother it, it dies.
Nobody fed my flame, and too many were going around with fire extinguishers.
The whole text reads: they warn us, if we burn bright / we die young / but even if we live 200 years, still / we die young.
Thank you. I hope to die young, even at 80. Some people are born old. My grandmother was. She had absolutely no sense of wonder; or of humour, either.
help! us-japan war experiment victim in the philippines! being killed for land and human settlement funds
wwII fertilization, insemination, forced impregnation on comfort (communication port) women
1970s martial law and apollo landing a hoax to hide experimental children
human settlement money stolen by cronies and families. find big landowners of DAR.
victims being killed to prevent them from knowing about human settlement fund meant for them
Look up ‘Sheep on the Island’ on Youtube.
‘Hip today, you’ll be gone tomorrow!…
Sally went and sold her seashells for gold!
Hope I don’t die before I get old…’
Patrick and MalikTous, I can really see the bear now. Because I expected to? I don’t know.
That is the kind of green flame you get from burning boric acid and methanol.
What could I be doing brighter?… well, maybe actually making things burn and explode sometimes, instead of just watching youtube videos about it. But then I might die young…
“Live fast, die young, leave a pretty corpse!”
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