3 Poems for August 3

August 3, 2012 § Leave a comment

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Some people want to make
a saint out of me
I prefer something more
elegant
something like a victim
but without the sound

 

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Exocity is wildly financed:

We horse longer
than girls
long for
we throw out
and harbor
while girls
boy with
hammering
become over-
sound under-
grounded shot
bodies in
sturbations

 

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Hypebody:

Why do you always lie
about the riots
I was there I was searching
for my mom

-Johannes Göransson, from PILOT (“Johann the Carousel Horse”) Fairy Tale Review Press, 2008

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