richardo posto

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Drunken Dragon - Poem by richardo posto

A wee little Kitten
A dog on a leash
A cat in the kitchen
A man caught a feesh

Apples fall from Trees
Flowers tickled by bees
Brings Me to my knees
Please baby please

Riled up in texas dust
Aunty bakes a pie crust
over the recipe she fussed
A kitchen move she bust

Down the road lives Grandma
She is old and grey
But Grandma loves us
Each and every day
Grandma Loves us
in each and every way

The soup is cooking
The Stew is cooking
It smells very good
Eating at the table with
family
Such a happy time

Now it is time to go to sleep
I will lay my body in a heap
Head on Hay blanket over belly
I will dream of dreams silly

Forget me knot forget a lot

It is the one who climbed the pot
and found the gold and let down the load

and borrowed money to make a slot

in a kite caught by strings tangled in the millions
of little blankets

Grazing in a pasture is a horse with his master
beside him holding the reigns
resigned to the forefathers of yesterday's news broadcasts

of little girls lost

A girl with colors in her hair

is askin for it.

A girl out late with a date

means that she is askin for it.

It is a mans job to drive around looking

for girls with three colors in their hair

so they can trick them into coming on to a bus

so they can take the time and effort to rape her

to teach her that a girl with colors in her hair

is askin for it. Askin for the life to be beaten out of her

Askin for her insides to be ripped apart. because that is what

a girl with colors in her hair and the night in the air deserves

When the world grows weary of sad times dreary

What good am I to squeek out a tear

Am I the rapist? Am I the raped? Am I the Fear?


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The Story Is, the Story Goes

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 18, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, January 18, 2013


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