Carnival

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
Carnival

Created: September 29,2018

Submitted: September 27, 2018

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Submitted: September 27, 2018

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I met a girl

she was born with a tail,

and, danced around the house,

cut holes in all her pants,

self judgment never fails.

 

I met a guy, said he had two brains,

thought he always had the answer,

 with just one mouth,

it took forever,

for him to explain.

 

I met a worm, who married a slug,

the slime and the wiggle,

the wiggle and the slime,

made me think,

what is this circus,

land of love.

 

I met a girl who was like a raindrop,

 landed on my tongue,

I told her heaven was inside,

she fell with hell,

from the above,

on top.

 

I met a man,

chopped off all his limbs,

they grew back,

just seconds before he drowned,

dunking pool,

clown faced circus

trying to swim.

 

I met a girl,

wanted to put me in cage,

sing like a song bird,

never knew my rage.

 

I met the hazy, crazy reflection,

of a stranger in the mirror,

upon closer inspection,

it was someone I should have feared,

clever,

unclearer.

 

This merry go round of the human race.

cotton candy happy face,

all step up and try to fail,

theres no winning,

for the  whining boy,

with three eyes,

a bearded snake,

and a tail,

and a monster,

in this freqk show.

 


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