Friday, June 15, 2007
Poem Against the Civil War
One: We refuse first. This is an unbreachable act of seclusion! Derision! Don't, don't take back old growth. Two: You must behave Civil War style enemy style hat on Slavery Ponies. My Civil particularity? It's debatable whether time eclipses sides of wars' meats (rotten). Two: Ralph, who? You! Having babies back to oblivionship, take the first derivative of your child-man and divide violently! This will surely enable child-man number population to record proportions. Magnesium is soluble in water and partially hydrogenated betwixt decades of human filth. Periods of paristalsis may burn wizardly up. Mammoth landscapes dwarf child Chattanooga.