aeda sea

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Chickens And Similees - Poem by aeda sea

unhatched
like a little chicken whose feathers are stuck to the inside of his shell
he'll never live to see a day
if he dosent endure the small pain
of pulling out a few feathers.

but it's not his fault he's stuck in that stupid shell
it's that moronic human
who forgot to keep up the moisture in the incubator.

idiot.


Comments about Chickens And Similees by aeda sea

  • (4/14/2006 7:52:00 AM)


    Interesting. What I like about similes is that the reader can put which ever spin on it that he or she likes.

    Could it be
    That this poem is about something that you can't quite see,
    A world confused, in which one tries to blame
    Others for one's own endless shame.(?)

    You got it right about incubators and the effect of humidity.


    sidi
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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 14, 2006



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