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Acoustics of a Train

By Credo, published on Sep 29, 2013

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Testing brake, ever wondered what a motor car would say if it could speak.

If it had vocal cords, a voice box and a mainframe.

Velocity sounds blowing, here we come! through the tunnel at Station's peak.

Every car sung loud and urgent passing, yelling at the top of its lung's mane.

Long, loud and urgent, yelling at the top of its tongue's crane.

Island people! Never really noticed the acoustics of a train.

Rail path steep, tunnel restricted, conductor smoking crack.

Roads! Never really noticed the acoustics of a train track.

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Tags: mta, road, tracks, railway, third rail, locomotive, long island, rail, electric trains

The Hermit Chronicles: Cup of Conversation

By D. Sager, published on May 27, 2013

...lost than found.” - Stephen King, The Dead Zone

Lost is good, it's when I find places that appear on the horizon of experience, places that are exciting, painful, and perhaps enlightening. Being lost and alone sounds terrible, but these are exciting lands. I pass by many and varied road signs that point the way out. Addiction, seems many took that one, I see their detritus strewn about and the bones of those who scarcely made the turn on that road before they died choking on the false hope of that distant city. Violence, that sign is the one with holes shot through with... (more)

Tags: religion, anger, Stephen King, blame, lost, bones, cup, psychiatry, conversation, path, dark, surreal, aloneness, foes, j.r.r. tolkien, road, the dead zone, the fellowship of the r

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