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i will force myself down your throat
i shall not be governed
weed will not grow
in my overwhelming presence

give me your malignancy
thrust it to my chest
let it stick out
in the presence of
the noisiest of crowds

i will be related to you
as hurricane hunters
get devoured by the
ravaging winds
ravage me

go on,
twist my arms

Forecast is for "bad craziness". - - - Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

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The following comments are for "malignancy"
by Adrian Shepard

Painful pleasure....
"Go on
Twist my arms"....

It's but a pleasant expression of excruciating pain as it has been drawn thoughout the excellent imagerires in the "overwhelming presence" where grows "malignancy".

The diction does never go beyond common comprehension, and leaves a cadence behind in deeper soul.

Greetings for such a piece, I have been reading your other poems as well; spontaneous in nature. I think you are a professional writer, & if not you will soon be.


( Posted by: Myth [Member] On: May 27, 2006 )

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