Of course I tried to tell him~Gregory Corso
but he cranked his head
without an excuse.
I told him the sky chases
And he smiled and said:
"What's the use."
I was feeling like a demon
So I said: "But the ocean chases
This time he laughed
and said: "Suppose the
pushed into a mountain."
After that I knew the
war was on--
So we fought:
He said: "The apple-cart like a
snaps & splinters
old dutch shoes."
I said: "Lightning will strike the old oak
and free the fumes!"
He said: "Mad street with no name."
I said: "Bald killer! Bald killer! Bald killer!"
He said, getting real mad,
"Firestoves! Gas! Couch!"
I said, only smiling,
"I know God would turn back his head
If I sat quietly and thought."
We ended by melting away,
hating the air!
Thursday, October 29, 2009
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