Treasure Island

Larisa Rzhepishevska

(Odessa, Ukraine)

Rzhepicks March


So many faces I've seen!

Now I do believe Darwin.

***

The patient was treated for jaundice,

The autopsy showed he was Chinese.

***

Rotten is well hidden and forgotten.

***

Do you mind?

Or you don't mind

because you don't have mind?

***

The words are so much winged

that they fly out of my memory

even being clipped.

***

Save the drama for your mama.

***

Mornings shock

to hear an alarm-clock.

***

How to do nothing

so that to change everything?

***

He has a will,

he has a power,

but has no willpower.

***

Believes.

Does not believe.

Believes.

Does not believe.

Believes that I believe.

Does not believe that I believe.

One more chamomile, please!

***

He passed a glorious way -

from the sperm to Dorian Grey.

***

He watched such a horror

When looked at a mirror.

***

If you lost a hope

Here is a nice fluffy rope

And a scented soap.

***

To be continued



©Larisa Rzhepishevska (Odessa, Ukraine)

Submitted: Saturday, March 16, 2013

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