Treasure Island

Chris Purser


HEAVEN


eaven knows there is a misprint in this poem

littering the page

hosting my words as you sleep




heaven knows the sky is going to forment

Nightingale's in apricot bloom



heaven

the landscape absorbs

heaven



heaven
still believed in

heaven





heaven

pissing on

heaven





heaven


unholy


heave n







heaven


unholy


heave n


heaven


unholy


heaven




everyone wants a slice of heaven


even heaven wants heaven








heaven doesn't sleep



with heaven









life doesn't sleep



with heaven





come lie with me



heaven





make love



with me



heaven







holy


heaven





unholy


heaven







I'm afraid



heaven





i don't


want to die



heaven.

Submitted: Monday, January 14, 2008

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  • Aiden Murdock (1/27/2008 6:46:00 PM)

    i absolutely loved the poem; i really liked how you mention the ethereal description of heaven and then counter act that it, extremely well done (Report) Reply

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