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Damn You ,Allan Jackson
by stan n nassano

Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Damn You, Allan Jackson



Tearing apart my past


Piece by piece


A struggle


Bolts frozen in place, time rusted


Sweat dripping, sour


All


That needs to be done


To do it all alone


Like it always was


The way it seems to go


Another job


That needed done


Everything disassembled


Old way not working


A different approach taken


A new tool


Ordered


Fire up the chain saw


Let it rip, away


Screaming through the memories


Like all those yesterdays


Turn it all to


Ashes



 


Standing next to a heaping


Pile of tires


Refuse collected


Storage


My temporary desktop


Hillbilly music playing


Singing an Allan Jackson


Melody


Shit damn, not that


Song


Talking about Love


How it used to be


“Remember When”


Go away tears, not again


I thought I worked past


All this


Melodrama


I thought


Damn you Allan Jackson


Now you got me going


Crying


You troubadour


I do


Remember


With out trying


Snassano08-29-07


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Reviewed by K. Mulroney 6/1/2011
I don't know who Alan Jackson is but if he inspired this you need to listen to him some more - put the remembrance of pain aside and write with the music. Another stunning write!
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/30/2007
Stan it takes time, sometimes it takes a lot of time and a lot of honest grief and a big chainsaw. Powerful write.
Reviewed by blue soplain 8/29/2007
tremendous~
speechless~
ness
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 8/29/2007
OOOOOO WEEEE Aint nothin like a Broody Baby, to get the Mother Gooses
all a flutter! Soon they will smother yore poor head in soft titties and you will forget all about what is a troublin Ya! Sounds like Ya already got Ya a date to skinny dip, I know the neighbors is gonna like yore full moon! Be Sweet Stanly! Yore Little Buddy SC
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 8/29/2007
Awwwwwww,I told you we should go swimming,hell with ALLAN JACKSON...be well sweet man...HUgsssss
Love,
Chanti Lace xo
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/29/2007
stan........that one tore my heart out also

Walt



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