Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab


Tribute to a rock star


So many foxes and jackals
Sat surrounding a
circle to see
the circus
of

a
rock
star with
a pea nut pituitary
and diluted grey matter with a
song with sound words
only, signifying
nothing

still
trying to be
a Michel Jackson and
throwing his legs and hands madly
and started hoping like
a frog gyrating
his lousy
buttock

thinking
himself a Sakira
singing song rubato in the
language Greek, grossly gibberish
to human being with a
big ant under his
pant with a
rotten

clumsy
and grotesque rat
race philosophy initially fools
thought it a dance from paradise but finally
turned out to be in the middle a big
monkey dancing nothing
actually he was
jerking.

Submitted: Thursday, September 20, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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