A White Flag Waves on Madison Ave.

The minivan wears a thick coat of dust
All over, except for one spotless twist
Where a curved pink ribbon used to sit
They fought and they fought for as long as they could
But everyone surrenders in the end, my friend
Everyone surrenders in the end

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2 Responses to A White Flag Waves on Madison Ave.

  1. Ayverie says:

    Well, that’s dark.

    But me, with my presently dying stepdad, I kind of like it.

  2. chikadestiny says:

    The power of the unconscious mind is very interesting but the message was clear, alcoholism is a problem the society is facing today.

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