The Man With No Shadow Looks Like Kirk About to Teleport
Jun 24, 2009 14:09
He's the invisible man/ count the bubbles in your hand/ the summer sites/ and the southern skies. That's all that's left behind/ the skies, and a sweet caress/ he's the invisible man/ catch him if you can.
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