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bird in my corner ( as in Charlie Parker)
by jeanne rene watson

Saturday, August 28, 2004
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....once upon a time ......and all that jazz......well, i survived

bird in my corner

on high pile carpet
deep in my bungalow air
where was I then
where was I when pretty boy
        bounced off my walls
  hyped-up          hopped-up
waded way deep in love loft
mattress matrimony
      hey    hey    hey
i was there man

tip toeing on the typewriter
pounding the words out
hammering my heart flat
their hunger idioms
blew in thru my window
all the pretty boys
    cleft-chinned opiates
singing high notes in my melody
 one        two   three    four
       knocking at my door

and charlie parker
he was cool
      just kept playing in my corner
set himself up at my table
sat down to my music
running his fingers up and down so sweet
      pumping his manhood     into the tune

slide the lattice      down on the shutters
dim the day
one more eulogy to write
      where was I then
where was I when words fit in two packs a day
choke on my smoke
dine on my dance
            hey     hey     hey
devil loved my laugh man

and The Bird . . . .
he went on spinning his sax
in my corner
loving my laugh
just like the devil
and crying me one more riff
      he told me
its gonna be alright girl

jeanne rené   7/04

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Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 12/9/2004
This was a great write
God Bless
Reviewed by Dawn Richerson 8/29/2004
you've got rhythm! love it.
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 8/29/2004
Love the beat to this one. Great write.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/28/2004
This lyrical feast soared of the page
in jubilant jazz, much appreciated! Kudo's!
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