Treasure Island

Cin Sweet Fields


Daniel Kills Me


Love,
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.

Submitted: Saturday, September 18, 2010
Edited: Sunday, September 11, 2011

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