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Next Time I Kiss A Woman
In this barroom,
They serve shots of despair
For alienated patrons to drink
And add further misery
Remove Your Eyes
I live the cave life
Scribbling down hieroglyphics
Later to be found
By acetic monks
Everything Has Failed
I don’t remember how many women
I’ve fallen in love with! !
How many shoulders I’ve tried to kiss,
How many lips I’ve wanted to make promises to,
Cemetery Dogs
I used to visit
And spend time with my uncle
At the graveyard
Where he patiently abides
Darwinian Theory
I shudder
In maddening darkness
Thinking about the cruelty
Of the compassionless world
Never-Ending Love
Child, when you drift
Far away from home
And sail out along the wind-tossed sea
Like a ship alone at night
Pretty And Blonde
The sacred sunrise
Sparkles mysteriously
In her child-like eyes,
And the boulevard
When The Lamps Go Out
On any midnight street
Of this morally-bankrupt city,
There is always someone
Ready to bleed and ready to die
Daughter Of A Pretty Age
As the night twists
Unhappily like a knife
Into a vital organ,
All I can do is ask
Someone Else’s Essence
Slow rhythmic voodoo drums
Play hypnotically in my mind.
Slinking behind the veil
Of mysterious dreams,

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