Suicidal Happiness

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Butterflies and Fairies


Butterflies in the meadow
Unicorns snorting cocaine
Silence makes it easy to listen to the echoes
Of broken and insane
Fairies with broken wings and cuts or their bodies as they roam
Broken bones and fingernails
Infants raped and alone
Foodless teams, with no home, skinny and pale
Massacres on a dream field
Magical forest creatures dead
Mystical mushroom killed
And it’s all in my head
Goddess smoking marijuana
Trying to find a better place
Go to your own nirvana
As the queen falls from grace
Jesus was a Satanist, evil and a liar
He came here to fool us all
And set the trees on fire
He was lucifers son, willing to take the fall
Blood dripping down a young girl’s leg and fairies hanging themselves
The world is screwed even in your dreams
You can’t trust yourself or anyone else
Because nothing is what it seems

Submitted: Monday, August 05, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 06, 2013
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