Anthony Edmond John


For The Very Taste Of Kings... - Poem by Anthony Edmond John

Mere words ready to knock on our salient heavenly doors,
And what does a Royal face See, what does a clean mind read in Sodom and
Gomorrah's sexfilled cockpits, bottomless abysses exhaling the throes of
passion filled wet and warm Ladies...What roguely lust..Oh! what sepulcharistic
rot,
Lets keep writing to keep up with the Pace of your slow cruising space shuttles,
We must outrun the other rocket As she heads for our Moon, your Neptune, her
Jerusalem, My cry of celebity...what hated words her ears hate to hear...Hangon
we are almost landing on jupiter..further galaxies to be covered in retrospect do
remember....
To God, His wisdom, His saving Grace or Our Wealthy Gait.

Dont Misguide enemies to think like Kings,
That hearts of true friends were salient...Must we really be true,
Remember our cabin in the North of Ireland where drakes used to come play
and mate,
Schippol's fantasy We have seen and Beheld,
Roman Cheese I drench to bliss with pure fiery grape wine,
Ancient Indus valley recipes of Snails, Sloths, Badgers, Squid and Yellow sweet
corn,
Where will fresh Palmwine drench Her hold....Maybe within the confines of
Hardnut Coconuts.

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  • (7/17/2008 4:31:00 AM)


    The imagery that sustains from start to finish of this piece is amazing and scintillating. Thanks for sharing. Arya (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2008



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