A DISGRUNTLED TWEEKER

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A POEM I WROTE ABOUT A FRIEND WHEN I WAS IN HIGH SCHOOL.

Submitted: June 24, 2009

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Submitted: June 24, 2009

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A DISGRUNTLED TWEEKER

DELIRIOUSLY UPSET...

I KNEW I WOULD DESTROY YOU

THE FIRST TIME WE MET

TALKING ON YOUR CELLPHONE

NOT HEARING WHAT I SAID,

AS I IMAGINE THE RADIATION

FLOWING THROUGH YOUR HEAD.

DON'T BE SURPISED WHEN BLOOD

GUSHES FROM YOUR EARS

THE POWER OF IMAGINATION

SENDS YOU COLLAPSING IN TEARS.

FIRST IMPRESSIONS LAST A LIFETIME

BUT NOT IN YOUR CASE

FOR YOU ARE DEAD IN MY MIND

EVEN THE DECAY I CAN TASTE.


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