Poet's Corner

Posted: Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hallowed in the Eyes

my perception is despising,

a spiderweb full of horizons,

a mirror-pressed face,

thinks calm at last,

but the demented villians,

just spool away her lights,

even though with no holiday around,

ragdolls still fall into darkened holes,

i'm drowning with the evolutionary words,

tacked as a replacement from the olden days,

while coo-coo clocks sing outward cries,

merely granting up the time,

behind glasses,

she hides in a feather meadow of blacks and reds,

the lifestyle needs a pack of einstien crayons,

you've kept me blending,

far too long,

a marsapan pony ride for a million,

sour peaches into the spoons,

hearts make a collective,

'till batteries die in a blank selection,

but even somewhere,

out of nowhere,

i have a miss,

for only but,

the man crawling around,

my maze dreams.

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