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Keith Michael

(new brunswick, new jersey)

Midnight lip service


Sit and watch the seashore dance its way into the mouth of the vast beast. Oh lover, oh great defeatist, charge once more and vanquish the enemy upon the opposing shore. Open wide sky! the plane was sucked in and a random face was carved into the mountain ledge. A strong gust caught its eye and away he went. covering the cups in a morning dusting. the cautious shrew untied the lion so there must be a tale they went to tell. get in contact with the vase and the woman holding it, whom was stellar. take it and smash it and watch her cry, just to rub the tears away and tell her the lion and the shrew are coming for her first born.

Submitted: Friday, May 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
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