rain sunshine

everyday i wake up in a pool of my own shed blood, swimming to the edge of the bed

every night i fall into slumber like a free dive from the top of niagra falls with no floaties

i turn the power on with one raised eyebrow, when i snap my fingers women faint

perpetual kool aid smile, the stars mock the twinkle in my eyes, if i inhale too quickly the tides dip

i carry an umbrella because it rains sunshine whenever i step outside the confines of home

i carry an umbrella because it rains falling stars whenever i step out for a nightime stroll

caterpillars form a chrysalis to be more like me, my puppeteering makes the wooden faces weep

the inanimate animate in effort to reenact my cadence, my last three days are better than most lives

electricity pools in my palms, the sky emulates my dreams, reality bends itself to my whims

my mistakes are masterpieces, my every errant thought wins awards for lifetime achievement

i carry an umbrella because it rains sunshine whenever i step outside the confines of home

i carry an umbrella because it rains falling stars whenever i step out for a nightime stroll

i make natural rain storms, rainbows, the rain blows to clean off the ground in front of me

i make natural sunshine appear, rainbows, the rain blows ahead of me to make sure my smile glows

i am an artificial supernova, beware my gravitational force, wolves carry my banner

i am an artificial life form, life forms an endless spiral around me, birds chirp my arrival

i carry an umbrella because it rains sunshine whenever i step outside the confines of home

i carry an umbrella because it rains falling stars whenever i step out for a nightime stroll

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