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Psilocybin Eyes

zebra black 1947 (ny)

i shot some meth and
wrote 15 poems
smoked some weed
and then wrote 10 more finishing up
around 4 am in the mourning

                                          *a dirty deed done dirt cheap*

cumed like juke box music
playing "tonight's the night"
in a sea of big tit nipple Babylon's
playing dead with psilocybin eyes
looking like spilt eggnog

                                         *sex mutant ray gun cock*

you're a serial killer in a good way
she muttered
after a long orgy of gag and spit
from mouth to butt

                                            *gregarious poop pistols*

only to send me on my way
after cuming in multiples of various hazardous materials
with a how not to rape pamphlet
written by Bim Bim
along with her reverie
about the origins of the universe
and how black holes are just
future life giant cunts

                                       *porn poet martyr of the future*    

her best friend
the blow job queen with a strangle fetish
slapped me on the wee wee
with a paddle after I filled her midnight madness
with a kiss and a jumbo jar of organic Vaseline

                                             *dial a f*ck poem*

"There's a hidden epidemic of men who are raped by women.
According to a wide-ranging study, around two-thirds of men who report sexual victimization say their assailant was female"

"I met a man who who was victimized by a woman when he was a child. He is, to this day, afraid to be alone in a room with a woman."
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