Jerry Wayne Lawrence, Jr. 1978 (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)

Surplus Of Thoughts.
Crabs Caught Up N Greened Nets.
Bets Ended. No Squabbles.
Troubles Settled 4 Sincere Moments.
Disguises Of Liars.
Lairs Of Mental Clarity.
Severity Of Each Entity Stuck Alive & Living.
Surviving Survivalist: Food, Clothing & Shelter, Intact.
React Off Righteous Instinct.
Sacrosanct: Blaque: Hound.
Downed Another 6-Pack. Back As A Zombie Amidst The Ultimate Ruinations.
Stations, Watery, Fit Onliest 4 Sincerest JaZZ.
Joenz, Onliest, After She Again Appear s, Dears.
Dolls From Attic 2 Dungeons.
Defenders Defend All Avengers As A League Of Justice Doomed 2 Eternally Patrol.
T.S.O.E.L. Of A Morlock Mutant 4 Sale.
Jail Keeps, A I, With No Bail.
Gail Of Autumn Brought About By A Weather Witch Modern So Kissed By A Buxom Moon Goddess.
Grandness Of Immortalizing.
Surprising, Man-Thing, Of A Fellowship On It & Taking All On Journeys Miraculous This Rip.
Strip, Penultimate, Of Dragon Queens Delish N Tightest C-Thru Neon Pinks. Eldritch.
Glitch 2 Next Role: Patrol: Interpol 2 Magistrate. Reavers Maraud As Marauders.
Daughters Lay Awake Lusting With Alien Ships Overhead Surveying The Dead. The Coyote Moon Has, Again, Released The Zombies.
Thoughts & Reactions Of A Mutant Mutated Earthen Octopus. Beautifully Odd, Octopus.

About this poem

Just Typical Writings.

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Written on November 22, 2022

Submitted by jerrywlawrence2666 on November 22, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme abcdefghijakalmnnogpqerSsS
Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 1,266
Words 226
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 26

Jerry Wayne Lawrence, Jr.

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