Anthony Dawson

Rookie (01/08/1970 / Camperdown, Sydney)

Bohemians Never Snarl - Poem by Anthony Dawson

Acting on the impetuous tongue,

much unseen currency wandered into grasp.

Materialists and magnates contract stagnant egos;

Their cries of hope reduced to a whine,

ordered to a muffle.

Bohemians never snarl;

they premiere all cool religions and future clothes;

all their geographic knowledge belongs on a shared plate;

Chianti blood flows in unison with healthy anatomy.

We’ll elope,

this mismatched vow cannot be witnessed by puppets.

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  • (5/7/2005 5:59:00 AM)

    Mindless cowrdly beasts snarl! So well said Mr. Dawson. GS (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 7, 2005

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