chris bowen, a.k.a to wit

(04 30 1969 / fernanadina a.k.a ghost town)

haiku, many


lust

may to remember
sit still on wenches of lust
the girl on the beach

psychic

trust me i know you
dissolve the casket and lie
i got the other eye

war

pillbox carry me
and see a lighted movie
i got to go now

grass

looking out my door
i see eye to eye with god
must be something wrong

presents

darling if i should
should buy you a diamond ring
like i always do

purity

character and fun
total trip on this reward
fun to be a star

might

great and pure your not
trouble is i find you here
look where it got you

mercy

hold templates too far
hold the bastion and die down
what is seasonal

money

charge and build credit
the cable bill and phone too
send it to a friend

banana's

took a three or four
looked around for trouble too
they seen me jet by

tag

press me and i fade
double up on love with me
second city tv

publishers

throw the ball my way
and bring back billy the kid
show the pen the force

Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007
Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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