Haiku of A Southern Mad Man part Deux

Poem by: J Christopher Bartley

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Haiku

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Submitted: August 22, 2012

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Submitted: August 22, 2012

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Dead dog in the street

Flies circle around the wound

Dinner shall be served

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Hanging around coffee shops

makes you really want to kick someone

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My family is Irish

That means that we are really good at drinking

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Everything on the radio is crap now,

What happened to the blues?

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Politicians are like dogs.

They spend alot of time sniffing ass.

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Sometimes the voices of people crawl

on my skin like any colonies

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I don't give a damn about William Shakespeare.

So there goes the small talk.

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Waffle house waitress

Big nasty mole on your face

Lost my appetite

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Signs on the boardwalk

The beach will be closed today

Sharks in the water.

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Green beads on my rosary

Haven't been to confession in three years.

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Dew on the roses

The morning sun comes like a demon in the sky

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Rational Universe

A lazy dog sleeping on a new sofa.

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Haiku of A Southern Mad Man part Deux

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Genre: Poetry

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