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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Bookstore Poetry

I wrote this poem in a bookstore. Thought I'd share it.

I will roam,
forgetting the sound of my voice,
to put you back together again.
A child-like mind
with a God-like disposition,
looking without
but with my own desire
for you to achieve
Give me a paint brush
And I will illustrate
a piece of music
So beautiful
that you will hear again.
And if I use my
to play for you a newer
more beautiful
I know you will stand again,
and with new eyes,
Look upon me
as the Old Child
You've been waiting for.


Scott Baio is Flipping You the Bird said...

i can't figure out the influence of the bookstore
maybe there is none
or maybe i'm just dense

Scott Baio is Flipping You the Bird said...

wait yep think i got it

Ben the Spider said...

OH yeah? what did you come up with?