Mason Maestro

Whatever The Reason - Poem by Mason Maestro

They flagged you man- barred your soul
Parts apart- Whatever the reason
I start to season in pain from treason.

Stand, Confess
I lock my eyes on the parting seams of your dress
No, not me
I'm an island waiting miles away to set you free
Crowd, surround
You might want to pay for the Big Celebrity
Push, don't stir
Have you heard the word on every killjoy, jock and cowboy, come unglued- right before the meat- was chewed by the visiting governor from the state of Wyoming?

Stop, don't stare
The parade of trouble sees no double- but right then and there

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 29, 2005

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