Melissa K Vigna


Party


The sun goes down the gremlins out
Go to a big shot Hollywood house
A gate crasher more broke than most
Starved and addicted he looks like a ghost
He hid in a crowd that got checked by the guard
He entered to find people partying hard
Acid awaited on beckoning tables
And to try to avoid it he wasn't able
He shoved anyone who got in his way
And grabbed as much of it as he could take
He'd caused a disturbance and was getting kicked out
They opened the door flung him out with a shout
But he was laughing if manically so
Half of their drugs he had hid in his coat
Went to his apartment and lay down in bed
While hallucinations appeared in his head
He saw stars and felt drawn towards a world
But suddenly then it began to unfurl
Suddenly buried beneath a great blizzard
And never again could he speak to the wizard

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: fantasy


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