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Cellophane
 

I’m becoming less afraid of death with every passing day.

Your tonsils cannot bite me.
Your belly cannot hold me.
Your witches, warlocks, demons and darkness cannot find me. I’m in plain site.

I become less afraid of death with every passing day.

You’re hollow. You become more hollow whenever I look at you, which is too often.
Translucent and rectangular, sing for me. Sing for me twice.

All of this. All of you in front of me. Find your anger first. Find your violence, before you can offer me anything.

You become more hollow with every passing day.
(I become less afraid of death with every passing day.)

Cellophane. Fragile, transparent, starving my breath, clinging to me for yours. This is who you’ve become to me.

Your efforts are without effort, or results. They’re fables only, lessons. I can just barely thank you for those.

Every-so-often, when you think I’m not looking, I see how ugly you truly are.

I become less afraid of death with every passing day.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

“Diana” Music Film  Directed, Shot, Edited: Alain Alfaro Produced: Corey Folta & Giovanny Jorge

Corey Folta: vocals and drums | Matt Kaskela: bass | Brian Knox: keys  “Diana” Mixed and Mastered by Corey Folta  Styling, Hair and Makeup by Giovanny Jorge  Band Girls are: Ariana Rodriguez | Carolina Tejada | Deedee Tantipiyapot  2nd Camera: Edwin Clavijo  Additional Editing: J.P. Damboragian   Lighting Assistants: Cecilia Greco | Justin Thomas | Bill Horace Filmed in New York City Copyright © 2012 Our Saber Tooth Brains, All Rights Reserved

 

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