Andrew Hussey


A Certain World Of Power - Poem by Andrew Hussey

The distance is always blurred,
Can't you understand?
The Socrates breast,
Always spilling over,
I see them drown.
She whores in Las Vegas,
The politician's favorite.
We're struggling for hope from within,
Her snakes have become hair.
Why can't she stop screaming?

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 6, 2005



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