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Jul 2010
a poet doesn't live in here

just a hallowed wreck

woe is me ... all that ****

i only want respect

a blind man couldn't see him

so he thought he was a farce

stumbling down flashlight paths

taking to himself in the dark

whispering all the sick thingsΒ Β she would have liked to hear

screamed silent lullabies about the brutal world of fear

a poet doesn't live here

just a 17 year old's self esteem

little boy's riots and life-long bad dreams

i wanted to pain you a picture

dead bodies on trampolines

smiles on their faces...

know what i mean?

i wanna cut my heart out

black dead and cold

and give up what's left of

my shattered dustpan soul,

this whole thing for me

was like pulling teeth

slowly twisting one by one

and gargling gasoline,

a poet doesn't live here

he's all dried up inside

and summer's come

it's time for fun, no more time to write.
- From Dishwater.
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