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Jena Crowe


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if the Bible said that we should all submit to each others poetry
we would be out of one's tree, berserk in the kitchen
rounding the bend
at a dead end
schizo-
bats in belfry-

mad as a March hare, flaky, erratic-
unzipped-
unhinged-
our screws would be so loose, we'd cry
walk into a great depression

and binge on the Thesaurus.

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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