Leave that town without my things,
leave that static on my skin,
put my money in my shoes,
jump that ship, and sail out.
Brandon O'Brien is a writer and poet from Trinidad. This is his other brain.
Caution: May contain intense critical analysis, long rants, and uncomfortable (but necessary) subject matter.
So I think there are songs that remind me of really good times. They’re a symbol, I guess, for not lying to myself about things I have experienced. But every time they come up it becomes really bothersome to have to recall.
Just heard a cover of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ as performed by The Tenors. Lovely, lovely rendition. But not today, mate.
I don’t know. Surely that’s silly.
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