turning up the stones of my own discontent

Today feels like all my hidden sorrows have huddled to make aching war on my lower back. It's just one of those days where the question, "Oh, how long?" seems to be the only appropriate thing to say, followed by a decided and desperate, "You won't let me go." Isn't it strange how you start to think the world is falling apart when your body aches / your brother will have face surgery / national politics looks to spin out of control / there might not be enough food this winter for the breadbasket / you're still trying to figure out how to let love fly like crazy / the song in your soul sounds a little sickly?

No, I guess I don't think that's strange at all. Maybe the world is falling apart.

I better start singing this line, "You, You won't let me go." And then I better sing it again.

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