Dale Barnes

Rookie (Fairview Park, Ohio)

Sang et Rêves


I thought it used to be the Pain,


After the Needle left the Vein…


…when there was no blood.



IS when the Reason left the Game…


IS When the Razors Came…


It’s there where White is Black


And Day is Night



Where the Blood Flows and it just feels Right


A dropp is too much and a River… too Little


Why paddle… when you can - - - -ing Swim


Recipes of Scars make Dinner for Whores


An open wound...'Your’s to Adore'.



When Horror ends in Season…and Sacrifice becomes...Reason.


Blood Letting. Bets with Revolvers.


Red eyed wanting in a Dying City...


Disease is a bore when You Come back for More...


Way Back, where you lost the feeling...


…found yourself Asleep on the Ceiling...




Ya…We look down, look around…


No more Life in Town… just…It’s just Twist and Shake…


Just Games with Flames and Blame and Shame.


Again… Searching Reckless Borders...


Red Liquid River…Chaos and Disorder.



Bloody Lipstick. Bloody Chapstick. Bloody Lovesick…Heartache Maelstrom…


Red Rain from the Heavens.


Treat what you made till it Flows..Till it Knows…


Then call the Raven and the Razor


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AGAIN


© DRB 2009

Submitted: Sunday, August 09, 2009
Edited: Monday, August 10, 2009

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