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You're A Baby

Poetry By: Opel
Poetry


Tags: You're, A, Baby


You're a baby


Submitted:Nov 22, 2012    Reads: 17    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


Kiss me while I stand on my own two hands
I'm in command but I never give it to them
The weather is like a feather, traveling far and near
Its up there, and it often travels down here
But too much rain just makes me insane
The sidewalk talks to me when I walk on it
And the sand in my shoes give me the blues
Etc. But everythings really the same
If you examined it under a microscope
At the end of the day
You're a baby
You're a baby
You're a baby
You're a baby

The floor walks with you to the door
Which you open and its the same thing as before
Just a different room
I LOVE YOU but you couldn't mean it
With fifteen carrots in your mouth
Picking purple peppers, pinch me
I must be dreaming because someday
I'll get yesterday and tomorrow right
The time is the same in the West
Just different numbers
Won't be a lady
Won't be a lady
Won't be a lady
Won't be a lady

Strangle the sun but it won't speak
Years ago you reached your peak
A constant reminder of who you were
All you can really thank is her
But now she's gone, what can you do?
Silver shining simple shoe
Wear it, bare it, but by God don't share it
You'll get some kind of disease
But what do you expect anyway?
There's not much unless you close your eyes
You're a baby
You're a baby
Again
You're a baby





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