Chris Leermakers

Rookie - 173 Points (13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

NOT Just A Pawn

There She Goes
She's Left Us Now
Watch Her Nose
Then Watch Me How
I Unravel Her Mind
Break All The Shields
What Things Can I Find
Then See What Yields
I Possess The Power
To Break Her Little Heart
Right Within The Hour
Right Through From The Start
But That Is Not The Case
Well In This Lifetime
I'm Pointing At The Wine
She Can Play Her Game
For I Am Just A Pawn
She's The Power Of The Queen
Just Like A Newly Born

The Go Is
Hell, I Don't Know
It's Starting To Fiz
Now Watch Me Go
My Blood Starts To Boil
My Mind Goes Ahead
Like In Burning In Oil
Am I Better Off Dead
At Least For Now
Just Watch Me How
I Eat The Cow
Hey, Like Wow

Triumphs Big
Triumphs Small
Big Or Small
I'll Eat Them All
Not Just A Pawn
No, Not That Call
My Hunger's Gone
Now I Begin To Itch
Watch The Curse
Of The Nasty Bitch

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: art

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