Bee Kilpatrick


Red Bank Lady Dancing With The Beast - Poem by Bee Kilpatrick

Red Bank lady dancing with the beast
Had your vaccinations now you are going to the feast
Red Bank lady you're not immune to the Phoenix rising up past you
Angels rise out of the sewer line
You close one down another opens up
The kids are screaming feeling the heat
Can't you hear their music playing in the street

You had plastic surgery and your ears are sown shut
You need a brain surgeon to open them up
Go on momma strut your stuff
Go on momma strut that stuff
Revolution evolution spirituality
Eyes wide shut you can smell it over there
On the other side you smell it over there

Moth eaten laws full of with holes for friends
All of your laws can't hold them in
You can take away their wheels
But you can't take away their friends
You can legislate but all of your laws can't hold them in
The harder you push the harder they will rise
The harder you push the harder they will rise

Fallen angels out of he sewer lines
Fallen angels it is a matter of time
Fallen angels until you are feeling the heat
Fallen angels until their moving their feet
Until you see fallen angels dancing in the street

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Topic(s) of this poem: angels


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The story is about skateboard ordinance in RB and the denial by the town to allow the YMCA to have a skate park

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 5, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 25, 2014


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