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To squirm



Here in the seas of our absense
Oh how to appreciate
The bridge of my dreams
Not the same as it was!

Why´d you let me rattle off fatal
I would never let you
I would never hurt you
Leave me for dead like some slim convict.
For under your glare i´m thin
Yes thin coconut trunk to the fronds babe
Don´t exterminate me from from your mind
Enough balls to say I admire!

You´d see my corpse and not recognise
You´d be that girl about 11.00am sun rotting me like you did
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Throughapoetseye.blogspot.comSimon Bernard Elliott.International poetry.It´s about creativity and real expression.I am a traveller, I´ve lived all over the world. Always in close proximity to nature and poetry. I´ve written since I was sixteen now I am 31. I aim to open people´s eyes with my poetry. I aim to entertain and also to provoke reactions. If I can do any of these things- I think the hours spent writing will all be worth it. more…

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