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Poetry

Tyler Durden

Posted on January 30, 2014 at 11:15 PM

Tyler Durden



 

& I was staring and glaring

Glazed over and

Staring still

At my bright computer screen.

I blinked with force!

& she appeared before me

A subliminal message

Slipped into my subconscious vision

Ahh…but she was too slow!

I saw her this time round,


 

In a chair she sat

Slicing her wrist she was

Showing me she had no fear

I feared her

She appeared in black & white

And so I drained blue & white

Until my liver was black and my piss was

Red.


 

I turned up the volume and

Let Netflix alleviate my mind from

Life.



http://deadsnakes.blogspot.com/2014/01/daniel-n-flanagan-poem.html

Originally published by Dead Snakes on 01/30/14.

 

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