P. A. Donohue
Looky In Lieu I Wanna See You - Poem by P. A. Donohue
so once again casting off inhibitions
i am bitten on the end of my aspirations
thus boot the non existing ambitions
to face my dream of your face in reality
to be alone with you.
living the edge of meritocracy
but stuck in the thick of mediocrity
find your road as i encircle the cul de sac
my dream continues excuse my intrusion
friendship is an illusion.
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