bill nye the science guy
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bill nye the science guy Poems
I once knew a girl
And her book of poems lulled her to sleep. The whining, whimpering narratives of nature and love. That is not life, she knew, and you do too -
somethin to say
although were the same kind, we're not always that kind, we're just trapped in our minds, tryin to avoid all the mines,
i'm young but i've lost hope in they who blindly follow the pope or walk society's tightrope and do whatever they're told
Woman has been equated to fruit and flowers; a field, and beauty. But i say she is a parasite, worming her way in through the cock and gut
A Small Incident On A Dark Dopesick Nigh...
His eyes-dark and red-rimmed- sunk into his head- belied his intent. dopesick and devilish, his mind had played tricks,
On the day they went to the field, the sun was bright, and the sky was free from clouds. And they picked only the ripest,
The smell of the factory is exquisite. The machine rolls on, infinite. The clamor of steel,
There's a race of men who don't fit in. Their souls can never rest.
I don't want to die with no scars and no fights at no bars
Lovers and Loners
lively lovers lurk, loving lavish lusty lives. Loneliness looms. Loners live life low,
I have so many things to say and im adding more every day as i look at our earth and the way people sit and they pray
he's crying again, alone in his pen. it's not a real cage, cause despite of his age and fucking facebook webpage
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I once knew a girl
And her book of poems lulled her to sleep.
The whining, whimpering narratives of nature
That is not life, she knew, and you do too -
so she burned her book of poems
and took hold the bottle she used to do battle -
and defied the dark demented fantasy
she saw - on the earth and in her head.