Timothy Walter Burton
Timothy Walter Burton Poems
|2.||Jimmy, The Hideous Penguin Boy||11/25/2013|
|4.||Roy, Toxic Boy||11/22/2013|
|6.||Stain Boy's Specail Christmas||11/22/2013|
|9.||The Girl Who Turned Into A Bed||11/22/2013|
|11.||The Girl With Many Eyes||11/20/2013|
|15.||Stick Boy And Match Girl In Love||11/20/2013|
|17.||The Boy With Nails In His Eyes||11/20/2013|
|18.||Pin Cushion Queen||11/25/2013|
|21.||The Melancholy Death Of Oyster Boy||11/20/2013|
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The Melancholy Death Of Oyster Boy
He proposed in the dunes,
they were wed by the sea,
Their nine-day-long honeymoon
was on the isle of Capri.
For their supper they had one specatular dish-
a simmering stew of mollusks and fish.
And while he savored the broth,
her bride's heart made a wish.
That wish came true-she gave birth to a baby.
But was this little one human
Ten fingers, ten toes,
he had plumbing and sight.
He could hear, he could feel,
This unnatural birth, this canker, this blight,
was the start and the end and ...
Of all the super heroes,
the strangest one by far,
doesn't have a special power,
or drive a fancy car.
next to Superman and batman, I guess he must seem tame.
But to me he is quite special,
and Stain Boy is his name.