The Daydreamer From Magneous

Dashiell Grey

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Diamond crested the village looks sincere
Uncharted by moonlight
And the lonely mason plays his trumpet before he
heads on home
Oh and the streets of familiar cobblestone
They don't notice the blinkers on the horizon line
And the shops down the ave all decorated with life
Many pass the paper
Smoke comes out of the sut mans mouth
Holy rises from the complexity of mourn
But by himself, landing on the blue sands
Walking towards the familiar old town

Eyes follow the boys gentle step, examining his array
And they know he doesn't have alot to say
Where he is taken from their once stable streets
Into a machine where he is driven
Thrown apart into a wooden crate
And he's too busy with the questions, doesnt affect him
at all
For months he's never grabbed the bars
Gives no hesitation for the villagers to reprise
Stating their claim and holding up the distrust
Even the water turns to rust
And they give him labels that he's been labeled before
"He's not a maniac you see"
And he halts the stillness of the night with his cries

This is who I am
That is who you are this is who I am
It's too much for us to see
That is who you are this is who I am
You'll rid who I am, and I still be so free

And the villagers took to decide
Is there solace in his eyes
Is there fortune in his lies
For the Daydreamer from Magneous
They took him out of the ring and they necklaced his own soul
And his eyes never stopped questioning
Oh the day dreamers from magneous

And the villagers saw their light, pave more way for the dawn
And the children they all sang like a choir all night long

And the tragedy in his stare
Could they understand
They've all been there before oh man
They existed long before
The men once filled with pride who never cried a day in
their lives
Now faces washed with subterranean remorse
And the baby face of unknown
Of the silent space man said
"Quit it Magneous, for no one will favor in my soul"
And that they did, for no more as free as the wind
And no less the sanctity of the heavens
But some time had passed since the fatal mistake

The light machine now a monument
The sky now welcome to every spec of dust
Now seen as a rule of thumb
How unfortunate and beautiful

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Written by: Dashiell Grey

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