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Omnifarious Mirth

Desire between two, much ado about desirous nothings
kicked into touch, landing within a singular solar star
lustingly sucking all the heat with the ferocious charm
of their loving and being ejaculated down upon our earth.

Such shell shock was caused from their fall that the mans
eyes of sand turned into mirrors which reflected only her
image and sparked his gender twisting thoughts of being
less the man and his member limped down not whole.

That state of inbetween began the twosomes graceless fall
one in direction of a downward path, towards a livid hell
where all the sky would crumble and fall upon them and
there in the bottom of that deep abyss they would die.

What picture of mans existance with woman gives credence
to this discombobulated and discomforting feeble fable
only heavens hosts know, fore upon this earth, its a rule
men and women have only argument and distrust as reasons for life!
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Submitted on September 11, 2009

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