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The Martian and the Wino
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Last edited: Wednesday, November 04, 2009
Posted: Wednesday, September 30, 2009

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( In the book Rhymes Of The Times by Harold Matthew Nash )

 

 

I had a dream last night, that a martian and a wino got real tight. The martian was from outer space. He left Mars without a trace. Police martians had him on the run. So he came to earth for sex and fun.

 

When he first landed here, a wino offered him a beer. So they jumped into the wino's car. And they both went to the nearest bar. The Martian thought that this was cool. So they both drank and shot some pool. Then they sat and drank all night, until they both got real tight.

 

The wino said "I'm going to give - you earthly knowledge so that you may live. Some places here have gone insane. People smoking crack cocaine. Please my friend don't hit that stuff. If you do things will get rough. it's guaranteed to wreck your head. It won't be long before your dead!"

The wino said "Now I must go. Rememeber - never take a blow." Then he jumped into his car; and left the Martian in the bar.

The Martian walked just down the road. Then he stood where drugs drugs were sold. He marveled over this sensation. That's when he felt this great temptation.

He bought a fifty dollar sack. The dope man said " You'll be back!" In thirty mintutes he did return. Although he had a slight lip burn. With a pale face and an injured knee, he bought about a quarter key.

He went around the corner and got real high. The dope began to make him lie. Soon it started getting late. The Martian began to hallucinate. He smoked until his face turned pale. Then some dope he began to sell.

Paranoia took his brain, plus addiction from crack cocaine. His life began to get intense. He had robbed a bank and jumped a fence.

 

He cut his leg and bruised his knee. That's how he bought that quarter key!

 

Now he had a whole lot of money. What came next just plain ain't funny. He went around the corner to sell some crack. He felt something push up against his back. He knew right then that he learned a lesson. It was a crack head ~~ with a Smith and Wesson! He robbed him for his drugs and loot. The crack head then began to shoot.

The man from Mars screamed like hell, then he ran up in a park. He then collapsed, his eyes rolled back, and his whole world got real dark. He thought about what the wino said, too bad he didn't obey ... 'cause that was the last thought on his mind and his life just slipped away.
 
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Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 9/29/2009
 
Wow, quite a story/poem. Wild imagination and quite a ride. Lesson learned, never trust an Earthling with your life.

Peace, love, and light,

Amber "V"
 
 
 
 
Reviewed by Bernice Angoh 9/29/2009
 
Very interesting story Harold, Too bad he didn't listen to his friend. Then again the power of suggestion (from his wino friend) may have fueled his curiosity...gets you thinking huh?
 
 
 
 
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