Fallen Chant Juxtaposition

6 thoughts on “Fallen Chant Juxtaposition”

    1. for me it comes from music, food / smell of food, and certain weather conditions (‘fall-like’).

      i realize too there’s no way to non-ironically answer that question without having it sound like a cliche, but whatever.

  1. Chronic town, postage stomp, reaping well. Stranger, stranger to these parts. Gentlemen don’t get caught, cages under cage. Gentlemen don’t caught. Boxcars, box-holding, out of town, box cars, box-holding, carnival of sorts. Out of towwwwwwwwwwwwn!

    The gargoyle is smiling.

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