Kevin Spacey is a Tree

But I’m giving the link to Harrison Ford as The Ocean because he sounds so bad-ass, as usual.  

And now I’m prompted to write a poem as a personification of nature, because I think it’s a good idea.  Kevin spacey is a tree, not the best tree, he could have done better.  I still haven’t listened to Julia Roberts as the Mother of Nature, but I’m sure it’s beyond excellent and will make me jealous lips.  If you’re still out there listening…I wrote a poem, I hope you like it.  I miss hearing from you, I’m still hear, and think of you when the stars twinkle just so 🙂 

 

to steal magnolias
frakfrak
enter myterminal phase
180 seconds to touchdown
now you have a warhead u have not yet discharged
ah fuck
those go a long way.
ah fu
after that ur pretty much out of weapons
1st shot
warhead u have not yet discharged
after that pretty much everyone is dead
those go a long way
as a second wave
pretty much out of weapons
most logistical systmes are dead

a continued effect
several years
now imagine not one big bowl but a whole barrage of bowl things
it involves
and this is what
this is those go a long way
ur pretty much out of weapons the flash
unimaginably bright
the end of civiliza the rain is so bright a whirlwind
ripped through the park

terribly thirsty drank from a river retched the whole day
an electric
smells given off very crowded distinguish
the living from the dead but most of the living stared up with their eyes frozen
the living from the dead but most of the living laid still with their eyes open
reached down
the fuck
reached down took a woman by the hand skin
slipped off huge
glove like pieces those who had

their faces upturned when the
went off @fluid    .  melted
wounds flare to stretch
the fuck
it involves ur pretty much
out of weapons
a continued effect

 

lol

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