Alex Lewis

Rookie (08/25/94 / London, England)

Jimmy and jane

Jimmy and jane
by Alex Lewis

Jimmy and jane were madly in love
'i know it's sad, ' cried the dove
desire was shot by imagination
Jimmy was guilty of creation
desire revived desire
but all of us are a liar
desire and imagination became such a friend
that Jimmy married jane (in the end)
the dove cried more and more
as creation had shut the door
the imagin was all alone
Jimmy talked and talked to jane on the phone
when suddenly jane appeared at night
the dove was mad that jim was right
and because jim was wrong
jim wrote this song
for his beloved jane
Me and jim are insane
although I'm perfectly normal
crea is being too formal
and the dove sang my song
but all the words were wrong
thank god for jim loving jane so much
if only he could have her touch
and all were good and well
as together they did dwell
Jimmy and jane
thought refrain
jane and jim
light so dim
imagination and desire
he only once did tried her
dove and creation
they shaped the nation
after four marriages and 1 divorce
all bowed down to Jimmy's force.
Rage made Jimmy kill himself
it wasn't the dove, it was the Elf
death goes ding-ding-ding
this poem's a horrible thing!

Submitted: Monday, June 22, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, June 23, 2009

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  • Rookie Suicidal Magic (6/24/2009 12:35:00 PM)

    wow 'it wasn't the dove, it was the Elf' amazing! i love your choice of words and this poem is... w.o.w
    keep up the good work! (Report) Reply

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