Charles Hice

Rookie (May 13 2004 / Heaven)


how to use sintax
how to make a poem bleed
bye charlax
discard the prejuice and the intentmeant
toss out the adjectives and adverbiage
forget the education and the language barriers for reefs
eye am a dwarve one lonesome fellowe
a member of no race creed or religion
a leper fighting with words
against hate
eye stayed in the closet cause its more fun to be alone
dwarve just one
eye have more fun then with a group just being one is like a loop it ducktails and it quivers back to me its mine
a lamb died in the wool the player is alone now
the bully winds everytime he winds the poor man stands and whines when the MAN comes when they call inn the police FORCE they say nothing to the bully nothing to the bully nothing to the bully he is always right he is the beater the fighter the MAN like the MAN they both make me sick they run off the poor begger they make him hit the road toad go be a dwarve go off alone and stay poor
lett us ketch upp lett the poor man play he is a begger he will drink his pay
pickles cost moeny they cost moeny they cost moeny they dont get nothing easy with no take home pay the painter worked for fame Rember Rembrandt how he was like Shakespeare painting Rome? Pah Shakespeare is a poor comparison to hymn eye do not think that Rembrandt concocted any plays or Shakespeare doing any paintings mhy mistake where is the verb the adverb or the adjective in this sintax
this is the poem am eye bleeding yet eye thrive eye am not a bee in the hive or a grass clumping in the lawn only a grass blade just one dwarve
and now it is enought

Submitted: Monday, July 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013

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