John W. McEwers
John W. McEwers Poems
Mammals lay no eggs outside of their bodies because they lay them inside of their bodies.
Marsupials carry babies around in sacks like babies are groceries from the corner carry-out.
Fish passively lay eggs in giant areas so that just about anything that wants to can attempt to germinate.
Birds make nests.
Where does John fit in?
Snakes leave their skin on the ground because they are comfortable without it.
Trees leave leafs to die around them to fertilize.
Sheep need their wool to be taken from them or else they'll get too hot.
Sharks have too many teeth to ...
I'm Writing A Poem
I am writing this poem.
I am, therefore I think,
I'm not a ghost in a meat coat,
save your soul searching
for more gullible Johns.
I am the meat.
I am my own miracle.