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Coffee & Tea

Coffee & Tea

guarded everything a bit mean,
through a shrimp boat on T.V.
try to stay awake to from me
the court with Judge Judy
retired most deffently...
come out to see
a paradise or that of fantasy
the wilted sea on the full gas of what you may please
coming again full coast as the means

Coffee & Tea...
the thought of freddie Mercury the late you see
taking those pills the late night drug infused party thrills
bare the loss of frosty in a culmination of the taste of Moxie

line your car with toilet paper in the cemented freeze
banish the pillow through the words to go fabric variance to a drill
a cheap thrill it pays the bills cross covers as the years go by
sweet as the lulabye,
transformed the records torned the salute of horns
Coffee & Tea
getting ready for eternity
cross covers as you aim to believe
through Wooden shoes some folks sing the blues
high alert some folks used to listen to Lavert...,

cosmic flame to blame its inner structure the pace picks up
Coffee and tea kick Elvis down on his knees
lift the hedge sought off to bleed
after in disaster we hear of late night Perry Coma
yet that was years ago shew of the bottom in which way we should go
sweet dreams both Coffee & Tea
I love thee
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Submitted by hitalot on December 22, 2018

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Mario William Vitale

Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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