It's two in the morning,
And nothing glimmers with any sort of light.
The ceiling lamp is buzzing its way into oblivion, and my computer screen won't stop screaming my face off as words continue to recreate themselves all over this paperwork I like to call poetry.
There are clothes on the floor.
A lump that literally states "I'm a bachelor with no tastes";
All my clean clothes are unfolded.
I take time for ******* pageantry, as if video games, film, and other likewise media are my lasting friends.
"Look at me,
I know so much!"
He kindly curtseys to the judge
as he skips away so gayly.
An "Always Sunny" Marathon, at my place maybe?
He says like a Jewish Decapodian, scarfing down some bay leaf.
Just kidding, I'm way too poor for that.
I'm supposed to have my **** together;
I'm supposed to buy a house!
I scream, I rant, I rave, I shout!
Until another stupid ******* ***** me a good one,
Right on the mouth.
I mumble for weeks; I continue on.
Let us all sing, again, the soldier's song:
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!'
Oh God, what have you done?
Brought politics into a world that had none?
Forever tainted this bill of mine,
For it's possible that it 'twas not designed
for a working world,
for a human social structure,
for a being who's supposed to be good.
We get a mockery each time,
Spit dereliction, each line.
*fists up in the air* WHOOO POLITICS, GO SOAPBOX