A Life Often Lost But Seldom Found: 5 Poems
Author: Colin Stewart
The children of the damned are not lost.
She will try her best at any cost
as their little eyes look up and see
Mother Teresa who loves so unconditionally!
Of this photo album from the past
my memory was dim and doubt was cast.
These people were strangers obscured by the daze
of my pitiful drug and alcohol days!
On the surface of the moon was the obvious clue
and in the unfinished chamber of the Great Pyramid too!
American free enterprise was the place to start
with another franchise application from Wal*Mart!
The most powerful pronoun in the world today
is a scene stealer and always gets it's way
as a self-absorbed monologue you can't deny
when every sentence begins with - I.
She climbs on top where I lay.
Her libido it seems is here to stay
but this air is not perfumed and only means
it must have been those pork and beans!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Red Dragon (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, January 19 2010, 07:05 pm|
Nice ending....liked it
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