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The rusty school fence
by kimberly j gray

Sunday, June 03, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The mind with mental illness seems to surpass brilliance in simplicity


 

The rusty school fence

 

Didn’t stop the rain

Holes and spikes

Ensured we couldn’t break in

7 years since we finished school

Eyelashes unnoticed even with tears

A fool I have known

That drops his pants

See he is assuming

I’ll change my mind

Haven’t met one yet

That thinks he is without power

Trade your belt and lets give welts

Succumb to my dominatrix

Then run around home

The fence runs long

Better run fast

Who is laughing?

Cause it is not I

I am busy collecting gray hairs

Plucked one by one

Shaved my eyebrows

To allow room for tattoos

You call me a freak

Guess what

I so very am

I feel no guilt

Thrive on anger

Foam when screaming

Throw away your treasure

Kidnap your privates

Slash your hamstrings

Ignore your calls

Know I am better than you

Know I am superior

Why?

Crazy is what crazy wants

I am not held responsible for my actions

Tis why hate is fun

I never remember to whom I lashed

Judging me now are we you perfect ones?

Come than I say

Come to my fence

I am unable to feel fear

I cannot know what is coming

I am sexually addicted

To all sexes in bulk

You feel me

You know truth

You fear

Me

Minimum wonder

Who is speaking?

Which personality?

Like you get to know

Is that your sure thing?

The craziest thing I ever saw

Was a person calling a crazy person

Crazy knowing they were crazy

Now that’s crazy

My horses stand tall

Run like the wind

Bite for death

I ride to fall

I fall to hurt

I hurt to feel

I feel nothing

Medications are cocktails

To tame my doings

Kill my thoughts

Sedate my veins

Do you know me yet?

Am I weird enough for gossip?

Judge me

Better than remaining unnoticed

But I suppose irrelevant

I don’t notice much

Less I am conducting it

Chew on a banana peel

 

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Reviewed by William Huff 6/3/2012
I have no power, that much is true..
I see not a dominatrix, but a precious Spring flower...
The world of us consumes so much
Then casts us aside...

Just know a one truth, m' love,
A life for this one simple man,
Your magnificence provides...



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