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How can you know What's inside your headIs it inside the cupboardThat's inside the lake That's inside your headOr inside my head. orInside both our heads?Is my head inside your headOr your head inside mine?I tried looking in a mirrorThrough the mirror eyes, Back in the backDeeper and deeperPast the BrainPast the MindPast the SoulPast the FlameNo, No clock thereNo cupboard, No lake,Some crazy poems, yesSome funny flowersdrifting on the skyWhite Egrets on fencesWatching cars pass.I'm too tired to go onWill you please keep lookingLet me know if you find my mindThough if it wants to wanderI wouldn't mind one bitGood luck with the clockAnd its ticking tocksOr Tocking ticksI'm sure they'll show upSooner or laterThough I suspectThe Cheshire Cat knowsMore than we do. ;)yamabuki
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