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my mind
spins
out from atop
a chimney stack
of bricks
and mortar
hard like iron
cool like eternity
smoke and cinder
glaring with envy
my thoughts wander
i digress and
dissipate

vultures circling
towards an all familiar scent

the trees they call
to me the leaves dance

the seasons a changin
so has bob dylan as the times

we haven't the spirit
to hold much longer

the wall is fallen
winter's coming

the others are here
the books i've read and set aside

they sit on bookshelves
books bound to books by dust

me:



R.R.Martin, what will you do?




when you've killed all the characters you love?

R.R.Martin:

i'll create new ones with drowned men




the vulture will fall as leaves




descend upon them




getting what bites they can




before the water, tides




broken blocks of stone and ash




arrive




the god of change has come

i ejaculate


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The following comments are for "a poem wrote WHILST chewing nicotine gum and stale flaming hot cheetos"
by FangChen

Changing Bob Dylan
Unique. Very raw, this one.Your style of writing reminds me of another writer here on LO. Anyway, I enjoyed your poem. Very much so.

Cheers,
Ruth

( Posted by: ruthpenn [Member] On: December 3, 2008 )





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