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Author: meoww
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disco fever, baby.

just 'cause.



oh, you

and the assorted flavour
of delinquency. a threshold of spin
and glib replies pertaining

to causality. the rebound effect.
mothers crooning lullabies beside a fire:
maternal, devoted,

the eternal


i keep mementos

on my shelf: a red plastic hairband. two flutes
from bali i like to stare at. bleached coral,
once pink, but dirty white. coins from

different lands, a testament to this global city.
of consumer data. the longevity of the japanese
and why it's good to eat fish

and burp loudly
after dinner.


do the hula

in hawaii. gorge on caviar in russia.
the mafia there are ex-kgb given over
to the high-roller life. so, swap weapons

for heroin. pay botnet-herders with promises
of east european girls. it's all sex and candy.
blowjobs below the professor's desk.

i have a hard time just knowing
what i'll eat.

Submitted on 2009-05-01 20:46:44     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I like this, I sort of followed along in a strobe lit way, enough that i could connect the parts enough to smile and appreciate a beauty, it was also enough of a disconnect that I feel I could read this a twenty plenty bunch of times and still know there were parts I was missing. And so it's like that strobe lit beauty, alluring enough that you want what's beneath the covers.
| Posted on 2009-05-02 00:00:00 | by Daniel Barlow | [ Reply to This ]

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