I've learned that happiness
cannot be found in the form of a little
I've learned that Pisa will have to wait until next time.
I've learned that the third mushroom
held in my sweaty palm was not as
big a deal compared to the other two opening my mind.
I've learned that a part of me
died that night where we ****** in a
room with no furniture.
I've learned that life is work and that
the molotov cocktail of Dubrah and eay mac
that came spewing from me left an orange tang
upon the floor.
I've learned that pain is better than numbness
and that jabbing a sewing needle repeatedly in my arm
was an educated decision.
Most importantly I've learned that together we are better than alone.
First there is the prep.
Wearing salmon colored pants.
He has Shaggy from ****** Doo
On his left thigh.
She has a drinking problem.
She is in denial of her drinking problem.
She hangs out with the loners.
Unkempt, unattractive and fat in all the wrong places.
The blond looks like Tom Petty.
The one with dark hair, glasses and braces
They live next door.
Living together but segregated.
All of us.
He opens his Star Wars: A New Hope lunch box
Inside a hippies dream.
**** in baggies that have the superman symbol
And Batman symbol on them
Tabs of LSD
Hunter S. Thompson would have a field day
to finally realize how
much something as small
as a scrambled egg could make
a difference in the way
you look at people,
I see pictures in my head.
Me with a magnet embedded in my stomach.
Repelling or attracting certain types of people.
A man walking the New York streets
Concerned over his ****** addicted brother.
I see viking ships sailing to protect their homeland
From dragons and crop plight.
Right by the house with the samurai wearing the green swim goggles.
You passed out
Right by Beach Ave
Happened three weeks ago today.
Your still wearing the hospital bracelet.
I'm a cool cat
Who likes to ****
The smooth jazz
That dances off my pen
The 'garette I smoke
The dance of pen to pad
Makes my fingers snap
And my feet tap.