Alex Blea

(Denver, Colorado)

America Joy And Envy - Poem by Alex Blea

The new generation of young people
have exploded on America. She sits and walks
inferior and paranoid. She is suffering
from anxieties, compulsions, obsessions,
she has neurotic neurosis. Impulsively, she is
now suffering from mental disorders,
disease, grief, misery, hysteria,
traumatic traumas. She suffers
from an identity crisis. She strangled herself
in her vomit.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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