Treasure Island

Kevin Patrick

(Taurus / Ontario)

A Girls Best Friend


It was just a novelty
That she took out for a test
But now it's become a hobby
a magnanimous old pest
Now she meditates addictions
With an ornament lothario
Trading one note Casanovas
For south equator Cyrono's
And she's slipping any minute
For diverting games of sole
Causing intoxicating earthquakes
In the land of rock and roll
Where the cat's jaws always slander
Interpretations of letter 'O'
Down the crevice in the jungle
Where wild submarines echo

Her girlfriends are complaining
That it just makes her look single
But she scales the walls with retorts
Gladly annulling weekend shingles
Convinced inside her prejudice
That every mans a laconic rascal
So she favors the groom's broom
Finding convenience of small perks
Saying goodbye to lovers suicide
Waiting for the phone to flirt
Every time she drank the kool aid
For the prince that always burped
Now she's got a private therapist,
Building relationships up of one
When its perceptive to desires
Never emasculating majestic

So she locks him in the closet
Behind a little yellow shoe box
Underneath the fabric grasslands
of silver chiffons and moms frocks
Because he's the captive captain
Who scales the tiger mom for shocks
While he's not the kind of dog
That's exceptional at Frisbee
He's operantly conditioned
to cleaning up her private shanty
At new years or thanksgiving
It's always Christmas after midnight
Goodbye to Chef Boys named R.D.
And Leprechauns' called Steve
You're going to learn trix aren't for kids
But the starving birds and bees
Trapped with the extra hungered itch

For its a girl's Best friend
Vibrations are her ten

Submitted: Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Edited: Friday, May 11, 2012

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  • Kaila George (6/10/2012 10:17:00 PM)

    ~.^ not sure what you mean, but I do get the jest of it....hmmm...ok im try to read the rest of your poems, Im one person that if i see a challange then i will take it up...at first when i read your poems i was not intrested but the more i read... the more i have to sit and plug it through.....and as you said your not here to be poetic but just to communicate...intresting so far. (Report) Reply

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