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Dietrich Bonhoeffer

from Time Without Measure by The Chairman Dances

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I was curled up on the floor when the window shattered. Cold air rushing in. Counted seconds on my watch, saw the fires start to spread. The smoke rushing out.

And what would I do, if I were here with you?
And what would I say?
It doesn’t matter anyway.

I was up smoking a cigarette when the curtains were thrown open. The night spilling in. And I thought about you, I thought I might see you bathed in light.


from Time Without Measure, released August 26, 2016


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