Mendicans1 - Poem by DAVID GERARDINO
with numb amenities, and
pornographic thoughts, she
enters her abandoned chapel,
like a bullet in a gun, .
with frieghtend eyes, and a
dangerous smile, she becomes
a leed character in a faunkner
play, or novel.
with eyes blazing and pistols
drown, she shots a big hole
in the sky, and curses the sun.
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