Walter Burns

Rookie (8-8-1975 / Washington D.C.)

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Born to an army father and his hopeful wife, Walter Burns was quickly flown back to the state where generations of his forefathers were bread. Since then he has hated to write biographies. more »

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I Threw My Shavings

i threw my shavings
over downtown death.
saw myself in the rainbow
mirage of a cavity casing
shot the sister of the devils
mister and grabbed a balloon
when i robbed your bank

war concoctions crawling on feces
don't they know
they're crushing our species?
we'll believe soon
as we're empty. fill me up with
your rum crook shoes.

holes like children falling from ledges
no one told them they were free from the
cages. hello nurse? soothe what i'm slaying
tell the crayons color the grey lines
suture self
but i'm belligerent - in the ...

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