Might just chop my head off Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

Kind of a suicidal moment, in a way — “maybe that’s the escape” — as well as a reference to Medusa’s defeat at the hands of Perseus.

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Dismal obscurity Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

The word, dismal, is an adjective meaning “gloomy” or “dreary."
Obscurity is intended to mean "uncertainty.”

This goes with the previous clause in that dusk is a state of conflicting confusion, when something’s not quite clear.
The frustration exemplified by this issue induces that symbolic “gloom,” and obscurity simply is used as a synonym with dusk.

So, in a lengthy explanation, I don’t enjoy the confusion.

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This dusk, Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

“Dusk” is the part of night that indicates the end of the evening twilight.

Since I’m trapped in this dusk, it’s perpetual — I’m frozen in this period that’s not quite day, nor night.
In a way, it’s a period of confusion — intermixing between these polar opposites — it’s just not clear what’s going on, which is why it’s obscurity.

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Later’s no nearer — Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

Looking in the mirror, thus the future’s the same as now; and since I’m stuck — metaphorically and, well, literally, in a sense — the future isn’t coming any faster.

However, it’s not like it needs to come faster, considering it’s the same…

How ‘bout that?

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Nor Perseus — Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

Perseus, the mythical hero who killed Medusa and chopped her head off for love.

In this particular context, Perseus isn’t around to help — to kill the Gorgon — so the stone remains, I’m still stuck.

The intended meaning was that there’s no escape, and that there’s no source of salvation, in this case: I’m stuck where I’m at, and there’s no way out of it.

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Stuck in stone, Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

What do you think happens when Medusa sees herself in a mirror?
When you’re that ugly, your own appearance might startle you.

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But I’m Medusa Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

Medusa was a Gorgon, basically the Ancient Greek word for “bitch” (defined as a “terrifying female creature,” so yeah).

She was this snake-haired lady who, upon direct eye contact, would turn her beholder to stone.

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Fated to be a sideways eight The God by MurrayMumbles 2

Destined to be eternal.
See:

8

Now, sideways…

Infinity symbol, son! Everlasting.

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Looking forward
Is like looking in the mirror
Stuck in Stone by MurrayMumbles 12

Looking forward being “looking to the future,” mind you…
It’s the same as it is, now.

Dog’s just as cute, no matter which way you look.

See?

The Same.

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Verbally asthmatic Why I Prefer Writing by MurrayMumbles 8

Choked up when I speak, son, so I don’t bother.

I prefer

mumbling.

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