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Paranormal Gulag
by Kevin S. Hart

Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Paranormal Gulag


 


I shook cool hand of trembling death
A screaming pause at boiling place for skulls,


 


Frisson sent my thoughts quivering,
Single penny for my hubris,
Paranormal mind-slip
Tripping past temporary poems.


 


Predatory expectation
Simply gulag recreation.
What’s half-life of a soul?
Is it worth the fifteen minutes


 


Built on widow’s web of lies and deceit?


 


Self-abuse or myself amuse,
Anticipation sets me free
To ruin mise en scène,
Drip paint on actors crowding stage


 


Waiting on blurred marks for their cue
Forgetting lines, so improvise
Recreating backwards
Possibilities left behind.


 


Shivering stopped as he let go,
Maybe next time accept invitation.

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Reviewed by na na (Reader) 3/19/2004
Like lines drawn in the sand, they disappear when you try to recreate them. And then you do the same conduct over and over; each time losing the meaning of the words as the sands shifts and change on you. Bill Murray
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/16/2004
Excellent write. Sometimes the best thing is not to get caught in either trap of so called "normality" or "abnormality" but to find our own standard...
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 3/16/2004
nice job



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