Michael Gale

Rookie (? / Chicago Illinois/Oklahoma City.)

Catfished Strange Lookin' Critters On Earth. - Poem by Michael Gale

Catfish hashed halibutt steaks bloodied red rare...
Nothin' more to eat-I really don't care or give a
dam. No-no-no more mistakes, Sir Sam i am
Don't give a dam flim flam.Hidey Howe and away
we must flee and a'go-go.Paint huffin' kids are
dumb-asses at best...They could'nt take a test
without failin' or pass.Kids now'a days are spoiled
to the centered core...Their rear ends should be
spanked till tender and sore. Green, orange, pink
or blue over length spiked mohawks is what these
attention starved brats of today wear...The parents
should show them they really care, Not have
complete strangers constantly stare.
What is so neat 'bout wearing rings in eyebrows
or a nose? This only makes them resemble
a mexico's bulls.Whats so wrong with bein'
the norm? Why look strange and ugly like on
this planet you shouldda never been born?
Hippoty hopp, hippoty hopp...Who can be
the worst looking slob?


Comments about Catfished Strange Lookin' Critters On Earth. by Michael Gale

  • (3/18/2006 10:09:00 PM)


    I do agree, but I have been told by my own teens it is the way we make our selfs different. Not to be the norm. Not for me and for them, turn 18!

    Patricia
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  • K. Jared Hosein (3/18/2006 9:57:00 PM)


    An interesting take on the decisions made by modern youths. On a personal note, there is no set norm when it comes to youths. In other words, your norm might not be their norm - or more importantly, youths may despise people of 'the norm' and therefore not want to be like them, so they dress differently and follow certain trends. It is a complicated situation that has many factors affecting it - the dispositions of the parents themselves, the media, the people around them on a day-to-day basis. Also, take into account that it really is not easy being a kid nowadays. Youth society is brutal, trust me, I'm in there.

    - K.
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 18, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 18, 2006


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