Jabulant Bells Monologue

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Jubilant bells racking my lungs;
Symphonies of ravishment rushing from my mouth.
Microseconds had not passed when suddenly I felt,
Presumed to be, the dew of joy spotted on my face.
In the eyes of the surrounding judges I could see nothing but wonder:
Asking themselves if they were watching a mad man.
Not even mortification of self-consciousness could stop the flow of rejoicing
Vibrations at no time ceasing of delectation.
The infectious diseases of elation spread, slowly, then picking up pace.
An endless conversation with joy filled the once empty space.

But now,
I pondered.
The vast space all humans call home has lost the love of laughter.
Gray faces approach me, asking,
Slowly raising their voices throwing a massive conniption.
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