Treasure Island

Jena Crowe


Now That I am Successfully Unemployed...


I would like to announce to all you Hunters
of Poetry out there that I will be writing at
least 8 poems a day if not 4. And I welcome all
critiques and inspiration. As long as you have
charisma and a crooked mind.

I'm taking dedications and suggestions
as we speak.

I don't do covers, so if you want to hear
a poem by the pros, I can only do one.
I'm not sure she would appreciate it,
or maybe she would?
Meh, who gives a Mommy F'er!

I would also like to say
that Manny Furious
is still the shit and I want him to sign my cast.
I broke my ankle last week.
Feel sorry for me and send me cash
or have any type of Mexican food delivered
to my parents house.

Cheese, meat, lettuce, tortilla.
Hell, throw in tomatoes and that cilantro crap!
No pico de gallo. That's pico de hell no.


To those of you who have given me hope
for a better future...
screw you.

Love, a Hungry Crowe

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Edited: Sunday, July 20, 2014

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I love you all the same. Now go away. (Manny, you stay and bring your kid brother)

Wait, come back. All of you. I promise I'll be good. I'm taknig

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