They will sleep well that night finally knowing they have spoken the truth.
They will sigh, deeply before motioning to the weatherman.
They will kiss their child's forehead before they turn off the lights.
They will be endlessly American in the ideal that they had done their job, done it well, and have earned such luxuries that they have littered their homes with.
They will close their eyes and become one of us too, they are finally at risk.
I will tell you one thing, over and over again. I have quit smoking, I have quit smoking, I have quit smoking. I work at a music venue in the mission, I am the bar tender/manager. The address is 998 Valencia, we're hosting a circus tonight and I'm asking my father if he knows what he's doing with his life. Everything everywhere forever is corrupt, I'm just glad I live in a time with the technology to overturn such rocks, now I don't have to feel so bad when I don't pay my taxes.
Why is your exclamation mark so forced and shaky?
I was Exclaimed!