Dorothy Watkins

(Duncan, Oklahoma)

It's A Great Life - Poem by Dorothy Watkins

The propaganda hounds
Are always around
Running everything in
The ground.

Confusing simple or great
If you swallow this
Your wonder what
To give you a stomach ache.

And you have a thumpin!
In your head
Filling you with worry
And dread
Until you feel as
if you're dead.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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