The Las Vegas Pill has replaced the function of sleep for the majority of humans on the critically overpopulated Earth. Amidst the economic race between the three global powers and Dozer kidnappings closer to home, the not-so-distant future is a bleak one for London-based, factory worker, Aaron Knight.
A semi-satirical, slice-of life style representation of artsy fartsy suburban teenagers and their melodramatic angst, specifically the angst of Alex, who's recently become a pill popper after his girlfriend broke up with him. Influenced by early Brett Easton Ellis and Tao Lin
In class we're talking about stereotypes, body image, selfesteem, that sorta thing, and I write this with some of that in thought. We also had a poem to do in class about it, so if you wanna check that out that'd be cool.
This is about the time that I took a whole pill of tramadol(ultram), which was prescribed to me for my scoliosis, but the whole thing was way too strong and intense... I am fine now that I take only half the pill, but this is just a poem about my…