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Gerard M Jun 18
Just want to let everyone know that I have a book filled with all except one of the poems on here. The Book is called Patient 139, I’m Not Okay (I Promise) And Other Poems and you can get it as either an ebook or a paperback on amazon.com or at the link https://www.amazon.com/Patient-Okay-Promise-Other-Poems/dp/B0B14GS6PV/ref=tmmpapswatch0?encoding=UTF8&qid=1655527690&sr=8-1
Gerard M Mar 29
I’m the one who walks a lonely road the only one I have ever known

With my own ST. JIMMY who I ask to GIVE ME NOVOCAINE

The one who gives me my novacaine, so I won't feel a thing

And be a 21ST CENTURY BREAKDOWN losing what's left of my mind

Just being one of THE FORGOTTEN inside someone’s memory

Always singing the punk SONG OF THE CENTURY

Wishing I wasn’t the song EXTRAORDINARY GIRL

Hoping that I’m not always ST. JIMMY THE AMERICAN IDIOT
names of Green Day songs are in all caps
Gerard M Mar 28
PATIENT 139 sits in 4/4 time

Craving peace of mind and a pen

To be the lyric "Stick your pen right up your story"

while feeling LOWER THAN LOW

As well as a TOURIST in their own life

Just saying COUNSELOR could you help me out, My time's gonna run out

But what they finally realized is that they found a COUNSELOR who's a singer

As well as counseling that's pop/punk music

The COUNSELOR is TESS STEVENS and the counseling is HER MUSIC
Some of the lines are lyrics taken from Tess Stevens's songs off of her ep Patient 139
Gerard M Mar 28
When I WAS YOUNGER I COULDN'T WAIT FOR THE DAYS TO PASS

Because I'M JUST STUCK ON REPEAT

And now SOME DAYS I FEEL LIKE DYING

So SING US A SONG OF THE CENTURY

Because WE ARE THE KINGS AND THE QUEENS OF THE NEW BROKEN SCENE
lyrics used to make poem
I wish I was a riot grrrl - Destructo disk

wish I was a riot grrrl, a riot grrrl punk
Fighting for equality and smearing all the chumps
Across the walls of the local clubs
Fueled by feminism and hard drugs
I like to talk politics i like to strike fear
In all of the oppressed men that'd stand in my way
I'm not your plaything
I’m a ******* queen because who needs a king

I wish I was a riot grrrl, feminazi punk
Not your average ordinary day job girl
I won’t take your abuse
Quit acting like a ***** and making up excuses
Girl, hanging with Bikini ****
Female empowerment fills up the room why men
A never ending movement
All of these things make me wish I was a riot grrrl

I wish I was a riot grrrl, that would be cool
Taking what you know and breaking all the rules
Screaming in your face till your ears get tender
Teaching you a thing about race and gender
I’d like to kick your ***
Yeah that sounds fair
Hiding my brutality behind dyed hair
Men with guitars they don’t know ****
And if they wanna talk **** they can meet me in the pit

Girl, hanging with bratmobile
If i can’t hit those high notes, i’ll just squeal them
Into the crowd, its where i belong
Undercover feminine punk rock
Called riot grrrl
Riot grrrl
A poem every day
14/9/20
It's okay (to punch nazis) - Cheap Perfume

Our fear has made us gullible
A bully rose to take control
And now they're yelling "off with their heads!"
We've been through this, we ended it
Or so we thought, it had been fought
It's like an army back from the dead

The racists got a PR firm
Hired men in fancy shirts
But have the same ideology
We've had to say a lot of stuff we thought was ******* obvious like
YES ITS OKAY TO PUNCH NAZIS

Never thought that it would happen but now look where we are
We'd rather have a ****** than a woman in power
When we got complacent in defending our rights
The nazis changed their names and they're called the alt right

Death to white supremacists
Like Milo Yiannopoulos
Homophobes and hatred they spread
Let's get intersectional
Basic human rights for all
We won't stop till fascism's dead

Terrorize the red pill plague
Poison all the KKK
And **** on your ideology
We've had to say a lot of stuff we thought was ******* obvious like
YES IT'S OKAY TO PUNCH NAZIS

Never thought that it would happen but now look where we are
We'd rather have a ****** than a woman in power
When we got complacent in defending our rights
The nazis changed their names and they're called the alt right

Never thought that it would happen but now look where we are
We'd rather have a ****** than a woman in power
When we got complacent in defending our rights
The nazis changed their names and they're called the alt right

Never thought that it would happen but now look where we are
We'd rather have a ****** than a woman in power
When we got complacent in defending our rights
The nazis changed their names and they're called the alt right
A poem every day
18/7/20
Courtney O Oct 2020
And sometimes it comes my way
and I smile, I feel, I shake
You showed me your own kind of fairy tale
But I am a punk and I ripped it to death
The Sun did; I just allowed him to do his sacred deed

This is life, you know
So different from what you've been taught.
It is the best, and sometimes the worse.
Full of ecstasy and pain, and ups, and downs.
A ride to not forget, for sure.
Prettier than right, righter than law.
Law written by tyrannic mores!

This is life, not what you were told
so
try your best, forget about the rest
drown in it, till you're whole
most of all, have a ball
William Robbins Sep 2015
Passing stream of neon light
A multi colored dream.
Techno night
An energy fight.
All I see is beams.
Underground
Ravers, dance
Blitzed on LSD.
To escape robotic wits, through transcendental hits, is
  trading true life for a dream.  
Flashing signs
Outshine the sky
But stars sparkle bright in high minded eyes.
Disco boogeymen twinkle the streets
And Metropolis glistens.
There's music in the background
From a small electronic boutique
Between a novelty store, and a smoke shop
That house a strange and rare mystique.


On a city night, I'm looking across a busy street, and I feel the most powerful of feelings. In awe, all around, I see the fantasies of generations before us. The future itself, as it slowly descends.
Beanie Sep 2020
everyday that i wake,
i step out of bed,
and see the same thing.

every day,
i am a woman,
and everyday,
i am punk.

i am punk
not because i look it,
but because my existence
defies the world at large.

i was born with holes
in my brain,
and a dead twin,
with a doctor saying,
“she won’t live long”.

i grew up being told to
cover up.
i grew up being told to
listen and obey.

but being a woman means
i refuse to listen to
anyone but me.

no laws can govern
my body
or my thoughts.

i see a woman everyday
and i know
she is punk.
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