Hubert J. Humperdink

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Me, Myself, and Frisco Poem by Hubert J. Humperdink


Homegrown vixen
Delilah drawn in charcoal
Driven from the sea as a lion from its den
A cracked sunrise on the mission thereafter

Your language, your educated mind is stirring
Filleting your hypothesis upon emerald hills
Forlorning distant shores as beaches drowned in Soma
Drugs in the hands of children

In comparisson I am Rip Van Winkle
Wanderer of NoCal
The Bay Area Summit as a Brooklyn Bridge pile up

Submitted: Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Edited: Tuesday, December 06, 2005
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