Marijke McKinney


Marijke McKinney Poems

41. Filthy Slate 9/11/2006
42. It's Coming 9/11/2006
43. Keep It Quiet 9/11/2006
44. Lover Without Love 9/11/2006
45. Open For Misery 9/11/2006
46. Perfect Wax Figures 9/11/2006
47. Happy 9/11/2006
48. School Roof Tops 9/11/2006
49. See Me 9/11/2006
50. So Overdone 9/11/2006
51. Someone Else 9/11/2006
52. Bad Boy Rebel 1/2/2007
53. Worlds Together 1/3/2007
54. Rhymless Thinking 2/19/2007
55. Two Weeks Gone 3/1/2007
56. Chelsea 12/3/2007
57. Big Sur 12/3/2007
58. Roadtrip 07 12/3/2007
59. San Francisco 12/3/2007
60. Waiting It Out 12/3/2007
61. Subconscious 9/11/2006
62. Subconscious 2 9/11/2006
63. Gray 9/11/2006
64. Song Of Youth 9/11/2006
65. Taste 9/11/2006
66. The Record Spins 9/11/2006
67. Sun Has Cascaded Down 9/11/2006
68. Timeworn 9/11/2006
69. Impulses Of Wires 9/11/2006
70. Forgotten Lives 9/11/2006
71. Talking Without Speaking 9/11/2006
72. I Wonder Why 9/11/2006
73. Apple Core 9/11/2006
74. Quietly Sad 9/11/2006
75. Why Waste Yourself 9/11/2006
76. Picture 9/11/2006
77. A Pretty Something 9/11/2006
Best Poem of Marijke McKinney

A Pretty Something

I only loved the idea of you
A pretty something
But you were just you
I should have seen it coming

You stood right in front of me
I kept on trying and trying
To make you into something beautiful
Couldn’t see you were already dieing

Scraping paint off the walls
You were all white underneath
Covered with colors from my eyes
A perfect painting of mine

I was a stupid girl
Clung to your shirt so desperately
This isn’t you, this isn’t you
I didn’t want to face reality

I was a stupid girl
Making up false stories
Between you and ...

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Mokita

Back door balconies
Eating brains
Here we are again

Bloodshot eyes
Cushions of desire
We can’t get up

Radio pictures
Lost printers
Forgotten morals

Buddha mountains
Drinking your water
Empty stomachs

You feel it
We want to be the hate
And leek out love’s face.
With every small knit.

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