Anna Nalick and the Politics of Heaven

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    "Wreck Of The Day"

    Driving away from the wreck of the day
    And the light's always red in the rear-view
    Desperately close to a coffin of hope
    I'd cheat destiny just to be near you
    If this is giving up, then I'm giving up
    If this is giving up, then I'm giving up, giving up
    On love, On love

    ~Anna Nalick~<O:p</O:p

    I fell in love with her music long before I fell in love with her eyes. Okay, so I was just chillin the other night letting the vapor in my vaporizer float aimlessly. It was neither a remarkable nor boring evening by God's estimation but my mind was in need of a distraction. I readied my tools as usual, anticipating the splendid vapor, but I was secretly hoping for… Anyway, she was by my side because, dunno, she just was. I popped in her CD to the title track “Wreck of the Day,” and felt somewhat queasy, like when earth and heaven come together in an eternal spin of different spaces, with each being unyielding in their own right. She danced in my ears with a sultry yet committed voice. She's a songwriter that's felt some real passion in her life and pain as well but she's found an outlet to communicate her experiences that is both moving and powerful.

    <O:p</O:pAnyway…fuck it, that's as much cum as I had in me.<O:p</O:p



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