I’ll level with all of you reading at home I’ll take dramatic over bored any day Dancing with the butterfly knifes Over decomposing in my chair My circles looking at me with concern Over looking right through me The growl of death over the waltz of life …Well At least in theory
You can call it attention seeking …Well yeah what else would you call it? But I noticed no one else has to ask As if it’s a necessary human need As if my world curls and breaks While I fester through another lonely Costa afternoon
I mould at the back of the place Keep my gaze on the peepshow outside I see the peppy mid-twenties darlings Their follicles in constant contact And my heart starts to sink I look at my skin like collapsed timber Do the creases feel like razor blades? Would it feel like ash if you stroked my hands? Does every inch of my thigh feel like splinters? When did my body start to disgust people like that?
So I plan a season finale A fall from grace, a decent from the heavenly throne Courtesy of Head Street Jeered on by the stone gargoyles With enough eyes on me That I’ll get empathy systematically And then maybe they’d visit me later While I take a break in the trauma ward And they’ll look at me and they’ll say “I’m glad your still alive Sebastian” That’s more vindication in a single breath Then I bleed out from my lovers and allies In what feels like the 3rd lap of my lifetime Attention seeking? Why of course
What else could you possibly call it? But am I not entitled to it?
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Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood, Vol. 4
Publish Date: November 1, 2010
The American movie business started as peepshows and grew into a near-mythical art form that used an exciting new technology to create drama, laughter and adventure literally bigger than life. Here is the whole story - the glamour and the sweat, the collaborations and the conflicts, the careers that skyrocketed and the dreams that crashed - in the biggest production ever from TCM, the world’s prestige source for films and film history. This volume contains one of seven enthralling hours of movie clips, rare footage, interviews and keen insight from Hollywood insiders and historians trace moviemaking from its humble beginnings through the Golden Age to the New Hollywood of the ‘60s. It’s a saga as exciting as any that ever appeared on the silver screen.