Claws - Poem by Dylan KD.
And she dismantles the foam
while I drain the drunken ship
with fangs that were borrowed
from the chrome, dyslexic animal
thats been sucking on Saturn's pulls
and now she's crowned in the autumn steeple.
The manic animal awaits
who's slumbers close the minute
she drove the wounded lakes
to close the tired notch.
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