Treasure Island

Nat Z. Punx

(103164 / peoria illinois usa)

introduction of rat to koo


rat meets koo
on a autumn friday night
in a hot car
through roland
roland swiped the car
burning to present the deed to koo
koo isn't unimpressed
but her eyes are filled with rat's odd existance
he wants to make time on her pony faced friend
who is 15 and already dates a convict named charlie
roland wants to be a lawyer
he talks bill murray gonzo
and waxes all poetic like
on anarchy, uncivil obedience and of course under age car theft
secretly he just wants to get arrested
so he can study the system from the inside
koo just wants out
into the world
she discovers her way
in a parking lot on the west side

Submitted: Thursday, May 11, 2006
Edited: Friday, May 19, 2006

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