lyndsay lackadaisical

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Cock It/Pull It - Poem by lyndsay lackadaisical

Reachin' back to the days.
When we always,
Came together
And broke apart to wither.

Hello, how are you?
Come, sit down, I have some tea for you.
Oh well, get up, it's not polite to lie.
Hello, good-bye.

Tellin' eachother how we met,
Always getting through the net.
Listening, ratting, looking at the waves.
Didn't you ever think about the darken' caves?

I'll get it straight to 'ya man,
Don't ever oil the frying pan.
Obviously I'm being sarcastic, bro
Trying to get the flow.

They never got the right thing to say,
Getting lost in the fray.
Haven't you ever had a last thought,
About who had fought?

Listen to me,
The jars are empty.
So stop looking so fruitlesslyl because,
you know it's hidden within the clause.

Don't act stupid to me,
you know you couldn't dissect the flea.
Just can't resent that one person.
That 'ruined' all the pure fun.

So stop being a child,
Try the women's style.
Or possibly the correct name, Sam,
Go for the door that reads 'man'

You know it's a fake,
But what the hell? It's in for some cake.
So what?
Your gonna die anyway, Just deepen the cut.

I cock it,
Wishing it could split.
I stall
Trying to see through the wall.

Why has it been so hard?
Distorted through the shard?
I mean, super heroes can do it.
So why can't humans fit?

Shaking fingers shake.
Baking mothers bake.
Don't do it.
Do it. Just do it!

The angel
The devil
Which one is which?
I could only wish.

I pull it.
Feeling the hit.
Loving the last moments.
My heart filled with currents.

I sure do hope they're happy,
After finally dissecting my flea.
Making me crack,
Never giving me slack.
This is his creation.
And I hope your

Just

Happy.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 14, 2008



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