Cin Sweet Fields

Daniel Kills Me - Poem by Cin Sweet Fields

Nibbled up the lillies you gave, sort of
roots tasted like bug soil,
still, the air residue, oh shivers
up it, if I had a spine
Was much easier than that ugly of it
my face shifting to a toad smile
toads did you know, lie
The flowers, which angle? do, do confide
Oh and, before it slips away
or gets sucked up by a straw weed
Maya called, yes she, what #7
pony tails, white dice eyed giggle maker
Cartoons, what a deca ago?
You always ate the fancy fairy doe ones
Would love to have worded her the horror-
that is You, you Daniel
Anyways, she may have,
just 'Shuffed' me into it,
the red wounded, jealous cow sack
Not a one of us wants that
Besides- they say
dead murdered girlfriends aren't 'in' this year.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 18, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, September 11, 2011

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