And now there would come a time a swift sharp clock on the bed Blaring its little chime in between the hard bells Like an angry little arm Charming if not for the alarm
And everyday I slap the face of it Like an unwanted ***** And she is silenced Quick unlike Said chick
But I am a cruel guy and have no sense of wet and dry Nor cool or heat There's nothing bothering me
Time just ticks off and I laugh at it
But my cells divide and turn into little old protoplasmic men And yet I am not called upon them Because they are stupidly designed and I have no sympathy for arts and crafts No masterman who failing to raise his hand Clams up With such poor artwork
Slap that ***** in the dilapidated sistan
Now In San Francisco Where the alley streets stink of *** And the European facades are just that Crumbling Poopy And full of **** And what yet are they dreaming to be?
The church that survived fire Great conflagration God didn't make a rainbow at the end of that, Now did he?
He's a water-sign Dolt And water only jolts your mind When it scatters true light, Ain't that right?
But it's all the same Just different hues And the news Isn't new Just Blaring and yelling And speeding television crews Riding their stories Up and down the many stories Trying to build a city of angels On a bituminous hill
No life skills
And I walk the city streets with a ugly old leather Brief Casing the joints and rolling my own Unhappy and alone Kerouac and the dreams on the monangular input where the triangular avenues meet And he has no road
While airplanes shake their jets on the tarmac and trebuchet into the air Going god knows where Seeing a new piece of the sculpted pinball Perpetually trapped in the machine
How bout Nippon Or Hangujin Or Han Chinese Or Berlin Anywhere but when A little ways along the state Of "in"