Treasure Island

Michael McParland


A Move To Quick


A quick move.
The hunter now the hunted.
Contemplation, calculation, possible mass destruction.

I feel like it's sodom.
Now's no time for contemplation.
Better run till dawn.
The claws are drawn.
I'm gonna start sprawlin, coughin, jawin.

I gotta get goin.
This bad dream is trippin,
flippin me into a bad state.

Throw the creature in a crate.
We need to sedate.
So I'm no longer it's slave in this state.
Shove it behind the gate so I can now relate.
Free from the hedonism of this chasm of hate and blasphimism.

Submitted: Thursday, August 28, 2014
Edited: Thursday, August 28, 2014

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