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by Morgan B Merriweather

Monday, March 19, 2012
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Rolling in it?




Need it

Funny  how we make it

Buy into it all

Luv ya honey

Or fake it?

Maybe baby

Oh God,  the tripe

Saving it

for a hundred years




Trite rhetoric


Winner takes all

Being played

Are you buying it?

Feeling the lust ?

We’re going for bust

Dream,  dream the dream

The sky’s the limit

“This land is your land

this land is my land”

My home is your home

It’s so  funny

so very funny



It’s going

Gone Gone Gone

Swirling bubbles down the drain


oh, yeah! Missed a spot




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Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci 12/10/2012
I really enjoyed this!
Reviewed by pat medlin 4/22/2012
this was a great didn't miss a spot
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/24/2012
i like i like much much
not just what you say but how you say it

yes, Morgan, a big YES

(and you didn't miss a spot!)

Reviewed by Christine Tsen 3/23/2012
Fabulous style in this poem written with fresh eyes and insight!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/21/2012
love? lucre? luck? As others have commented, this is a very tight yet wide-open stream of consciousness that sprays our mind in many different directions at once. As humans, we seem never happier than when rolling as pigs in dirt. On the other hand, this also makes me think of mud therapies (not cheap!) and how bathing in natural mud baths can be so cleansing, inside and out. The visual is a right-between-the-eyes accompaniment which is spot on. Excellent writing, Morgan. xx
Reviewed by Richard King 3/21/2012
The photo sends me off in one direction and the dollar signs in another direction all together. Like others, I'm not sure where you were heading with this but I'm enjoying the journey.

Thanks Dick
Reviewed by Asa Seeley 3/20/2012
no matter how we 'look' at it, filth depends on one's point of 'view'. thanks for sharing

Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 3/20/2012
Filth...much created by one's mind!!!
*Morgan* Your poem was brillant for the
establishment and enlistment to seperate
from cleanliness!!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/20/2012
Life, such a gamble eh in more ways than one! We live on the edge....good to be back, how are you?
Reviewed by richard cederberg 3/20/2012
I read this two ways, tho' I'm sure there are many takes, MM..., divorce is messy in all its aspects, and affects (in often hurtful ways) every emotion humans have. After every foul bird has been released from one [or both] souls the bottom line usually ends up being the apportioning of money and stuff. Also ... I can see it describing well the war we are waging for energy (oil) independence in this country. The image (IMO) is a good metaphor for each individuals vulnerability and how easily circumstance, and the ugliness of others, can soil us.
Good one. r
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 3/20/2012
Now that's satire I like, down and dirty, and to the point.

Reviewed by jude forese 3/20/2012
unique poem with a focused message that needs no cleaning up ...
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 3/20/2012
We followed each word and enjoyed all Morgan.

Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 3/20/2012
You have expressed Filthy with so many spins! Good write Morgan.
Fun poem. Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 3/20/2012
Filthy is as filthy does. You took us on a fascinating trip with this one.
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 3/19/2012
Very unique poetry, ummm, filthy rich, filthy dirty, filthy..can look at this in a few directions. Making me think, as I wind down for my week off.
Will call you..miss you...

Peace, love and light,

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