Daylight. Nightlight. Twilight.

Daylight. Nightlight. Twilight.

A Poem by Douglas Prophetic
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This is a re-do of my favorite Aesop Rock song that I did to prove my fanboy-ness. Listen to it, it's called Daylight. He did another version called Night Light.

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Put one up and shackle me not, clean logic procreation.
I was the one to destroy the wheel of the brand new generation.
I'm the triple sixer who lassos angels tied up in the basement.
I robbed block shops that carry halo orientations.
Y'all catch a 30 second flash cartoon.
Dirty cooperative Pluto goes KABOOM, sounds
Ridiculous, fathoming splicing of first generation
F**k ups that trickle blood into Hero's smack (FLASH FLOODER)
I paste my name to zero hour subways turn 'em green (WOW)
F**k your retirement, just pick a dream.
Americans with guns make babies scream.
I'll kick the door open, so you can act surprised.
Then use the flabbergast, to gouge out both your eyes.
Now its SAVIOR and I spell it with the 'S' I stole from Samaritan.
Married crutches stole my wretched refugee, f*****g with my resonance.
I promised, broke it down with a bleeding out conscience.
In accordance to response, while my w****s outsport the source of wattage.
I pull my pistol now, (OW) and the hecklers laugh.
You won't be laughing when your covered wagons crash
You won't be laughing when your faces turn into ember and ash.
You won't be laughing when your rehab fails and your will tends to collapse.
WON'T BE LAUGHING
Now I drop my flip flops off the dock, when I'm in shock.
So I give myself a little jolt.
This origami dream is beautiful,
But this bird can't leave the ground.
He's held down by his pimp cane and golden crown.

All I ever wanted was to pick apart the day.
Glue up all the pieces,
Make up a new species.
Take a lighter and fire to all the people who leech this.
Daylight burned me when the sun rose in the evening.
All I ever wanted was to pick apart the day
Glue up all the pieces
Make up a new species
Take a lighter and fire to all the people who leech this.
Daylight burned me when the sun rose in the evening.

Slacker backed down when he died without a pulse
Shimmy across my castle walls.
And a hungry man engulfed.
Hansel never left the crumbs.
Seven deadly chakras
With the crystals clearing conscience.
It results in no lights, no eyes and still sight is accomplished.
Okay, lift me to every bit of pain, asphalt streets weep
Deteriorating son of Uther Pendragon
I back sore wars for the corronation of mad mallet gospel.
Sick and still licking the back of Charlie Chaplins a*****e.
I could zig zag and zig 'em again for the Bowie
Sparkling in brick wall windows.
Another picket storm
And for one night in Gotham without the Batman
Superman, we have a problem.
Dispatch a task to a fresh batch of city Watchmen.
Who split how many freaks with pot puffs in a high road mellow
This kid's ripped! Watch submarines turn yellow.
Sort of similar to most stoner movies in theaters.
If your girlfriends just a p***y then why the hell do you fear her?
Life's not a b***h, life is a w***e.
Who makes us pay to live, and suggest that we always get more.
Maybe she feels that we all kinda owe interest.
Or maybe she's like Hilton, no, f**k that bony princess.
Kiss the Greek Fire, or maybe pass it for some Pagan Fresh Coals.
Stomach full of halos cracked.
Wingspan casts white upon black
Dont wanna hear the knives hit and I definitely won't turn back
I got a friend of polar nature and it's all peace.
Like when I seek similar stars but can't sit at the same feast.
Golden Captain!
This cat is asking if I've seen his bit of lost passion.
I said yes, took him to the bank and cashed him.


All I ever wanted was to pick apart the day.
Glue up all the pieces,
Make up a new species.
Take a lighter and fire to all the people who leech this.
Daylight burned me when the sun rose in the evening.
All I ever wanted was to pick apart the day
Glue up all the pieces
Make up a new species
Take a lighter and fire to all the people who leech this.
Daylight burned me when the sun rose in the evening.

© 2008 Douglas Prophetic


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