Dean Meredith


Vice Versa


Take a trip man,
Drag in the fresh air,
Like a honey rose,
So sweet and warm,
Mouth to mouth,
Dead weeds give life,
Green stars die softly,
Withered by jealous suns,
To awake in darkness,
Kissed by flaming lips,
Igniting dreams unreal,
Sensuous, lazy and free,
Travel our fantasy world,
Think insane, sink deep,
Drown in simplicity,
Curl into a bubble and pop,
Drink to our wealth,
That kooky cola,
Lay on clouds of featherlike fumes,
Get high, seek pleasure,
Don't descend to despair,
Where dreams become nightmares,
Take a trip man,
One way!
If it feels good,
Do it!

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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Also written when I was 16.

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