Carlos Ornelas


Sinful Symphony No.1 in D minor


Sinful Symphonies that play
Sound so pretty far away
For a pen that holds an ink-full
To a poet can be sinful

Lest we make this sinning simple
Lets confess the buttocks dimple
In the battle of the sexes
Me versus Alexis Texas.

Any Genius with an ear
Or an eye for the severe
Sinfully will say it clear
'That's the fight of your career'.

Saints and sinners keep your distance
Thank your stars for your existence
I'm conducting with my pencil
Symphony of all the sinful.
P.X
12.17.2013

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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Influenced by Charles Hice
(The Devil made Me Do It) .

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