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words, a mass of


Author: explosions
ASL Info:    -237.6995/she/the library
Elite Ratio:    6.87 - 59 /50 /52
Words: 305
Class/Type: Poetry /Misc
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written 4.26.07.


words, a mass of



i am consumed with re
morse code, with its technical dots and
dashes of salt, to lightly
season pass to the newly-opened amusement
park your car and come meet your future
inside my mind is merely
nothing is better than a crust of bread is better than true
love is a burning thing, and it makes a fiery
ring around the rosy, pocket full of
posy simmonds, of fame from the
guardian of innocence is all-seeing, all-knowing, and all-
idle gossip from flapping lips and hissing tongues and clicking
"teeth from this comb are missing," she complained, obsessed with her
hair, the american tribal love/rock
musical talent is rare and in the right hands, i think, can save the
world news, international affairs, global
issues of new, glossy magazines clutter his mail
box me up, box up, and send me away, far a
way to be sincere, you damn patronizing
jerk away the welcome mat in petulance, she's changed her
mind your manners, young man, or you'll be
history encompasses all: taft, cixi, caligula, long buried, weep for their sullied
names the traitors, the malcontents, and cries for their
heads of lettuce stacked in a pyramid in the produce section of the old grocery store, with flickering lights and indolent
flies overhead, in a plane, looking down so far below, as the man next to her lets his chrichton book slip from his thick fingers and falls a
sleep was elusive and came reluctantly, that night of a thousand dreams and screams in the
dark is like a movie; a movie's like a show; a show is like a tv show, and that is all i
know all your enemies, we know who our enemies
are you ready? are you ready
yet you, however eloquently, or cruelly, or offhandedly, always remind me, and




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