Every Girl Loves Her Shoulder Tattoo - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
Avoid the circle
Of cruel cutthroats
Of the ilk
Your pirate father
When he stole your mother
From your school teacher grandfather.
Maintain your refined taste
For expensive wine
After the art gallery nights
And the Chinese poetry dawns.
Do not succumb
To base superficial joys
And the motorcycle-gang violence
Of the illiterate boys,
But of course,
Loves her shoulder tattoo
And having a sexy, dangerous gaze
Emanate from her midnight eyes.
I trust your karma
And mystical essence,
I’ll sail with you
Through every storm of intrigue
That captivates your feminine heart.
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