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Bad Trip
by Ed Matlack
Saturday, March 12, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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One of "those" days, cannot seem to write anything worth thinking about...



"Acid is not for every brain .... Only the healthy, happy, wholesome, handsome, hopeful, humorous, high-velocity should seek these experiences. This elitism is totally self-determined. Unless you are self-confident, self-directed, self-selected, please abstain. "
Timothy Leary

 


Bad Trip…


 

Took the cube,

He was such a rube,

A sugar & acid mix,

Acted like such a dick…

 

Examined his hand,

Did not like the band,

Stupidest he was in the land,

Had to lay could not stand…

 

Bright colors he did see,

He would eventually pay a fee,

Needed to try said he,

He really was just so much debris…

 

So many trips of the mind,

So many times he did find,

Nothing new in his head,

Went did he where he should not have tread…

 

Driven into a crazy rage,

Put away for killing the band backstage,

Just another drug-induced rampage,

Still to this day and age,

He is locked away never to see the light beyond his cage,

There he will be till his death does mercifully come from old age…

        © ed ~ 3/12/05
 

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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Ed,

Your writes are the best trip I have inside your mind--I LOVE 'EM

SO THERE

Stop beatin yourself up--we are our own worst critics (TRUST me--I think I'm AWFUL compared to many here)

(((HUGS))) and more (((HUGS))), just 'cos I love you and your poems, Karla. :)

Nobody makes me think more, nobody makes me laugh more--YOU ARE NEEDED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik
Alright, Ed... and listen up! When you do your little prefaces about not having anything 'worthwhile' to write, you then seem to dive in head first and emerge with something really sparkling and fab!

The rhyme and rhythm, alone, is worthy of huge applause... (yes, I'm clapping, a woman of my word... ahem!). This has layers, provoking thought, imagination AND, that ever-illusive atmosphere of being near something profound. Great writing, my sweet flower! (smile) katy xox
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Amazing write Ed!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
You seem to have written about this topic - very well.
Reviewed by Michael Charles Messineo
Ed, thanks for the TRIP down memeory lane... orange sunshine, purple microdot, chocolate chip... flavors for the mind.

...Michael
Reviewed by William Bonilla
Ed This is amazing
for one who can not think
of what to write about
I just posted one myself
came to me in the last few minutes
scratched it out. looked good
now is posted.
and all this time I was searching
an empty lot between my ears
for something worthy.
go fish

William .......Peace Brother
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