Luke Timms

Rookie (20th november 1989 / Ipswich, England)

Drunken Ramblings..... Again - Poem by Luke Timms

Shivering mountains
Lone star trees
Maids of the dead
Home isn’t free

Blasphemous angels
A beautiful rebel
Once chaos takes over
Haven will be the cells

Absent teachers
And a drunkards plea
Pitiful chants
How The World used to be

Ramblings to everyone
Why should they care?
The royal wedding a waste?
Gave us moral, to be fair

Motion pictures shall and will
Influence our personalities
Musicians will add to the pile
Of our stacking casualties

Feminist wanting more
Men swapping the role
The inhabitant’s drink income
Is courtesy of the dole

Misery can be over whelming
And happiness can appear
What happened to the madness,
Of ol’ Edward Lear

Oh my dear brother,
Where art thou?
Sitting soaked in sex
We needn’t even bow

I never knew a witch
Yet still I tend to insinuate
Which of us are doing well,
And which of us did graduate?

So drag us all down
Does not bother me
My heart is rock solid
And mind oh so free


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 1, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, May 5, 2011


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