Alaskan Mosquitos

Poem by: maximilliano

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This is to be read after reading "There's a bare what?!"

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Submitted: January 16, 2009

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Submitted: January 16, 2009

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Alaskan Mossies.
Ubiquitous, iniquitous, insidious Mosquito.My Nemesis.
You filled up my hols full of Diaphoresis.
Awaiting a strike from your tiny proboscis.

You hover above and there’s never remorse
Stealing a second a suck from my, too small, life force.
You suck! It’s your unholy numbers that no one can buck.

My skin is all holed and I’m feeling abused.
What power you have, that you’ve so often misused.
I don’t mind you living, just don’t do it near me.

To bring many offspring to life is your aim.
When you take half an armful, well that’s what I claim.
There are others around you who have lots of blood

See if they mind as you open the flood.
There’s one that I know of, he’s covered in hair.
Take all your needs from an Alaskan brown Bear.


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Alaskan Mosquitos

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This is to be read after reading "There's a bare what?!"

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