Drowning Bells in Morning Rain

Broken rocks crumble from the mouths of well-mannered professionals.  Unwrapped from factory lines and managed by gossip rulebooks; they enter schools, churches, and highway on-ramps.  Telling you dreams they have replaced with substitute teachers, cashing in on rehearsed monologues.  Drowning bells in morning rain.  All the while teaching children the link between words and reactions.

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