Bobby Crawford

(August 21st,1991 / Ithaca, New York)

Cleansing Honey


I took the laundry
I took the laundry
Put it in the dryer

I took the dead wood
I took the dead wood
Made it into a fire

I took the tall grass
I took the very tall grass
I made it even taller

And I looked back
Yes I looked back
The grass was smaller

In the early fall
Late in the early fall
I began to run

Submitted: Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011
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