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By ontheroad All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Horror

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Dark Corcel ‘Some day if there is time, I’ll tell you all the old stories…the ones I know at least.’ Stephen King. I The old yellow crop duster flies mimicry within abrasive heavens and surrounded the quarry-sky spread smoky wake, almost quietly vibes the engine through the up and down lapses momentarily capsizing the aerial navigation. The pilot holds the horned helm with bruised hands, wears a leather ochre circlet fixed to his head, big bulged glasses and a long black scarf tight to his throat in the wind, once again finishes his labor at sunset. The horizon extent the sight effacing the perspective of advance, this fly to the infinite heaven is monotonous and barely swayed like serene meditations edging the immensity and through lucubration of sundry events underwent one rack his heart, slump turning his back to a linger love. It’s been gone in the loneliness of the warming and shrank evening fanned by leafy canopy above their heads feeling inside smashes the illusions of a next tryst, again altered his pulse the aloofness whispering coyly: “Looks for other city, sometimes we walk on vicious circles, committing the same mistake over and over, rises your wings, luck will c

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The old yellow crop duster flies mimicry within abrasive heavens and surrounded the quarry-sky spread smoky wake, almost quietly vibes the engine through the up and down lapses momentarily capsizing the aerial navigation. The pilot holds the horned helm with bruised hands, wears a leather ochre circlet fixed to his head, big bulged glasses and a long black scarf tight to his throat in the wind, once again finishes his labor at sunset.

The horizon extent the sight effacing the perspective of advance, this fly to the infinite heaven is monotonous and barely swayed like serene meditations edging the immensity and through lucubration of sundry events underwent one rack his heart, slump turning his back to a linger love. It’s been gone in the loneliness of the warming and shrank evening fanned by leafy canopy above their heads feeling inside smashes the illusions of a next tryst, again altered his pulse the aloofness whispering coyly:

“Looks for other city, sometimes we walk on vicious circles, committing the same mistake over and over, rises your wings, luck will change for you and me.”

Moistened with the exultant light of lost dreams the luminescent sky frames the absent face with her burning hair leaning rear and closed eyes sweetly seeking.

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