Treasure Island

Michael Gale

(? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

These Waters Are Infested With Political Sharks.


Spanish cock roaches infiltrate apartments and houses ever so deftly...
And theftly.

Japanese beatles can strip a leaf just as fast as a Phirranah...
Do you believe?
Do ya-really wanna?

Sharks are hearty eaters...
If you run into an epyleptic shark that stutters, you'll meat some repeater-eaters.

If these sharks have fin-tails that smells....
Then, they'll be called odor eaters.

If these sharks sit around watching on tv-PBS'es Victory Garden...
Then they'd be known as weedeaters.

Then these sharks would be labled as being intelligent and
also a -smart'n...
These sharks drink alot and are known to get real hammered, don't ya know?

Submitted: Thursday, November 20, 2008
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