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Clubland's walls were dripping wet with blood and brains-
As toxic liquid drano was pumped into the angel's veins.

The high was low , he need his next fix NOW!
And that is why the murderer never even understood how.

Trapped inside himself while cutting up the victim-
The fallen angel and his dust never knew what hit them.

Wings of the angel floated to the bottom of the bay-
As conspiring club kids went to the Limelight to pray.

The congregation never noticed he was disconnected-
Or aware of how he and clubkids had the angel dissected.







------
John K Brewster
"Willows whiten, aspens quiver, little breezes dusk and shiver"- Lord Tennyson


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The following comments are for "Crazy in Clubland"
by johnb79

ClubLand
Johnb79;

This is a beautiful poem. I enjoyed reading it very much. Keep 'em comin'. I liked the line break ups that you assembled.

Blessings,


{{{Jeannie}}}

( Posted by: JEANNIE45 [Member] On: March 17, 2004 )

happy me
I am so glad that you all enjopyed the poem. As you may already know, it is about the murder that happened in New York in the days of the old Limelight. The murder is Michael Alig, the club promotoer who killed his drug dealer. I just saw the movie Party Monster....it's a really good movie....go rent it today OR read the book by James St. James....it's a KILLER READ...pardon the pun!

( Posted by: johnb79 [Member] On: March 18, 2004 )





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