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The Internetís Down
by Dayvid Graybill
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An out-of-control ex-wife sometimes puts out-of-control thoughts in one's head.

The Internet’s Down


The internet’s down

Don’t know what to do

Can’t pay my bills

Can’t talk to you.


Running late for work

Can’t find my car

Rain outside my window

Don’t know where you are.


Wife’s on the streets

Standing on the corner

Making lots of money

On my way to California


The beaches are calling

Waves curling high

Board on my roof

Bikinied girl at my side


Sex with her doesn’t count

Because it’s you I want

But you’re not with me

And she’s damn hot!


The internet’s down

I want to talk to you

You make me laugh

I never feel blue


Please believe me

I want only you

Looking deep in your eyes

I see only blue.


But the internet’s down

And you are not here

She looked like Paris Hilton

And she bit me on my ear.


The internet’s down

Paris she wasn’t

I kicked her out

It wasn’t all that pleasant


Wishing you were here

I want to make you mine

I love how you laugh

And make me feel fine


Please come to my bed

My fingers through your hair

And hold you close

Watching your eyes so blue and fair.


© 2007 Dayvid Graybill

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Reviewed by Jeff Neuman-Lee (Reader)
I liked it. Sort of like lyrics to a song, man.
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
The weather is here, wish you were beautiful. Take that Paris! Patrick
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
did you go down-town Dayvid
since the internet was down
how low can we go (that dance)...lower that pole usher!
stretchin back arms balance out...walkin & shakin & groovin
Reviewed by J'nia Fowler
The internet=The Electronic Umbilical cord. A bummer when it snaps. J'nia
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
interesting-and a statememnt on how the interenet is relied on
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson
Thanks for the smiling this morning, Dayvid.
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater
Neil Diamond said "Thank the Lord for the nighttime, forget the day." ... could be a revival going on here with Jan and Dean and the Beach Boys and Paris Hilton's bikini line...does she wax, dude! Surfin' Safari Internet never went down so good!

Love and Sea Spume,
Reviewed by pat medlin
nice write....about someone with serious problems...way beyond the internet being down
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
Hilarious Dayvid, leavened with plenty of yearning and humor!
Reviewed by Jason Wise
It seems like you've taken a moment or a feeling and conveyed that well with your words.
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