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It was a crazy nightGod bless the speed freakswading through this morning hoursomeone to keep me companywhile the milk in my coffee goes sour,I surf through this diner bathed in neonand choke down enough caffeine to keep my eyes aliveand sit in the presence of my nocturnal play matepondering this night, my conviction to survive,The world outside appears to be a little more distant than usualmaybe to tender too holdthe sunrise struggles to rouse meher exquisite hues unfold,my weary eyes, glazed over and blurredher hands lead me to the doorin this sleepless state, I wandermy soul is worn and sore,Once the night has swallowed youthe swim seems to be with out an endthe naked meaning of lifesometimes too much to defend
A Scarlet NightChapter One: Edward pushed the doors open and allowed himself to breathe for the first time in forty minutes. The air was fresh and clean, clearing the scents and easing the burn.During lunch, he sat at a table outside, a book in his hands. Bored, he stretched back into the seat and pretended to read, taking notice of what was happening around him, invading the minds of those who dwelled in his vicinity.A laugh broke his concentration. A girl was sitting under a tree with a book in one hand and an apple in the other. She wore a wide smile and a large knit cap that covered a crown of long dark hair. She was pale, flushed, and giggling at the words on the page. He wondered what she was reading.She turned her head, her eyes slowly meeting his and she smiled shyly. Stray hairs blew around her face gently, yet he felt no breeze and he couldn't hear anything. She was silent, her mind told him nothing.She rose to her feet and walked to him, a grin playing on her lips as she approa