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Leonardo Diaz

Rookie (May 15,1966 / El Salvador)

Mexico City Blues Deux - Chorus I


Mexico City Blues Deux - Chorus I

Endless bus ride into the Heart of the Monster...
Could not sleep. Two rows behind on the opposite side of the aisle
an elephantine, massive beast of a man was relentless in his snoring
It was straight out of the Divine Comedy for a taste of Hell
I stared into the night and into the sky and thought
'I'm glad he's not farting the way he is snoring'

Submitted: Sunday, March 31, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 31, 2013
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