Treasure Island

Charles Hice

(May 13 2004 / Heaven)

Foolish google


Foolish google
no one cares about your student money oriented world
sitting in burger king eating some charity
there are other things in this world
a man an woman from the Babtist Church
she gave the Burger King two dollars for my breakfast fast
all your focus and all your ads
they were very nice even helping me find the power strip
seem to be on this worthless education
they understood my lipp
it is too much

there was many more deserving people
eye feel blessed today some coffee and some food my way
killed and raped by the American INstitution
war has been decreed by all the nations of this world

they were never students
the people that rule never went to school
each one worth more then your WHOLE society
the only thing that helps is charity and love

the poor the lame the non comformists
the hedge row hoboes

the poets
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Darkstone poet

Submitted: Friday, August 30, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 30, 2013

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Darkstone is my INDIAN name because eye looked under a white stone and found one THIS POEM is a true story poem

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