Somebody who is hella attractive sometimes,
And someone who looks like they died other times
I can only describe the smells of my childhood as the items that were being smelled,
so here is some of the more vivid ones.
The smell of my old 'The Missing Lynx' dvd case.
The smell of my iron-burnt jeans.
The smell of my 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' book.
The smell of nail-polish-covered plushies.
The smell of my kindergarten classroom.
The smell of a concoction I made at five years old that I called 'high-fructose corn syrup'. (there was a lot of syrup though).
The smell of the inside of our VHS player.
The smell of the paper in various books.
The smell of a cavity.
The smell of this game called Hullabaloo.
The smell of Do Gro hair vitalizer.
The smell of lucid dreams. (unexplainable).
The smell of a Scooby-Doo dvd.
Don’t know why I wrote this.
I absolutely can not stand the smell of wet peanut butter. It's just so gag-inducing.
Every once in a while, I sit in my room alone.
Just to take a minute to enjoy the peace and quiet.
Hear me out! I just want you to listen up because here’s a story,
About a little guy,
That lives in a blue world.
Ever since last March, this quarantine has left me in a constant state of Madness.
Sometimes I just want to cry for no particular reason.
I really wish someone would hug me.
May Add More Based On Later Performance
Maybe - (Mabye)
Business - (Buisness)
Rouge/Rogue - (I always spell the other one of what I mean.)
Words that have EXC - (I always say EXEC before realizing my mistake.)
Words with EI - (I often say IE.)
Words with AL - (I throw in an extra L)
And yet somehow without fail,
I can spell supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
Without messing up.
"Nobody" by Mitski. It's a song about being lonely. The music video is pretty weird too.
1. There is so much in life you have yet to experience.
2. Whether you realize it or not, there are too many people who care about you.
3. I can't lose you.