Is It Poetry

Silver Star - 3,571 Points (1958 - / Bus-Boys And Poets, Washington D.C.)

Girls Who Are Boy's Who Want Boy's To Be Girls Poem by Is It Poetry

a secluded American town
some where next to you.

Run by the republican far right.
not only do all of its citizens walk around naked all day,
but also both have female and male sexual organs.

That work side by side across the isle inverted.

Terms like 'male' and 'female'
usually only are applied to trisexuals)
as explained in an expository segment near the beginning
says the sign before entering.

Who does Or does the body examinations?

The children as early as thirteen months
simply make up the manifest of all adult genders
that would have become dominant
no matter whom did what ever to whom?

Where no one is schizomorphic or somewhere between?
Democratic become intemorphs because they're both apparently feminine even after adult differentiation, but schizomorphs in that they seem to fill recognizably male and female social roles.
According to Rick Perry whom as president put no one to death.

Here it seems no one can leave by the rear.

Submitted: Monday, November 28, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, November 29, 2011

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