Dean Gowler


Fake plastic teeth


Taken by your hand down to the sea
Drown me in your frothy, dead and twisted emotions
Pat me on the back till i am blind
Oh yeah, that love the poisoned tree from which i picked your fruit
That condemnation that you sing like a sweet love song
You try to keep pulling me along the road to nowhere
When all i wanted to do was follow a yellow brick road
You kept pounding at the brain, in the rain, in my brain
Forgive me as i dodge your sucker punch
And as i give you a reverse Churchill v-sign
With a look of happy sarcasm in my eyes
Your sentiment just dont ring true no more
As your anal drippings tend to conclude
Love so sick, like a rank camel toe in full bloom
You kneel before me in a throw away gesture
With malice in your smile
fake plastic vampire teeth cant pierce the skin
Oh God that smile the devil shows is now just a joke
As you grab at me and plead 'stay my prisoner, stay'
Too laugh at your understandable angst as i do the cockney walk away
The light shines over me as your darkness yields its ugly face
Just for today.

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013

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