The narcissistic urge flips eggs now. Our ex-veteran father-figure gets a hamster, calls it Snuffles. The thing you don’t know until the end of the script of the Tarantino-twist is that our protagonist sits rocking back and forth in a barren room inside a strait-jacket.
Meanwhile, our enemy shouts something along the lines of: "grab a spoon I hope they don’t wash their hands" The stones fallen off their strings, gunshots hotwire themselves away from a dubstep kind of drilling, the pipe dream of an intimate email relationship. Shout again, "I hope you never feel those clammy hands. Blaarghh" Your diner eggs stink I chucked up In the kitchen bin.
Snuffles, a weird poem from my collection: 'PERFORMANCE ARTIST POETRY AND BRAIN FARTS FOR UNSOLICITED MICROWAVE HEADS' (again, yes all caps)