Cento Poet


Phutile Philosophy - Poem by Cento Poet

I look outside and see my life
The further I walk, the further I'm lost
Upon this tragic nothing could be a soother
my tears are filling the water even more

Silence is the most gracious orchestra
Ara rah
Tamboloso kiokio!

Words are fun.
HA- you ask why?
To leave others in a daze

The beaver felt a sudden shiver
FART
I shit
Therefore I am
I need to let it out some way
Some day you’ll maybe do the same
I hate the way i love you
Evil should not friendship kill

Am I a poet?
Am I an artist?
I'm sure my work's not done.
Tides rock the fish to sleep
Yet an uncertain child within
Was cracked open
But today I am happy.

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  • (2/22/2005 6:51:00 AM)

    interesting concept, thanks for using some of my lines
    Graham
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 17, 2005



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