I really like it
Likes ya back!
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Do you draw these? Superb!
I do. I even hide my signature in every one.
Very Silverstein-esque! I like your style
Thank you Karyssaadair. I’m glad you like it.
We’re all racing the same rat
Who is really chasing us.
😀 I hate lines but I loved this
Super sweet. Thank you Priscilla. You can always read these poems in line.
Next time at the DMV😁 or Universal studio rides
Yes that’s a good idea Richard🦋😃
I love this! Not to compare, because you have your own unique spin, but Shel Silverstein comes to my mind. Great job! And thanks for the trip back in time.
Thank you Kristian. Shel is a favorite of mine. When I do a book of these I’ll add in my watercolor comics to give it variety and a little pop.
Nice little poem.
It is great.
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Thank you London!
You are welcome.
Thanks for the like, friend.
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For such treats as…
Disassembling Thomas Embling.
But where was you at? Where was you at?
A WOOOOOOOOOOOZY thinker was I
to think myself a werewolf, and my poor victim
a vampire. But our mechanics of the mind,
the finest at Thomas Embling, they’ve all had a tinker
and to treat my good self as the monster
rather than my drug-induced delusion,
now tranquilized, now in a coma, knocked out
by Risperdal Consta, to continue to lock up
an innocent man in this penitentiary
to prevent some crazy crimes, as though
the psychotic can be given the good sense
to know when they’re erring, the sense to say,
“I hear you God…and I agree that Ma’s the devil…
but there’s this judge and he’s good at deterring,”
is wrong and I want out, I want out soon.
A quarter of a century.
I would open a vein and let them guzzle,
the shrinks, our beneficiaries in bad times,
if remaking myself was not my latest craze,
if I could not foam behind my muzzle
and free the tongue needed to lick the moon
that illuminates the way out of this maze.
To be continued.
You’re welcome Michael. To be continued as well…
Lovely. Thanks for reading and liking my post, gave me an excuse to stumble onto yours 🙂
Certainly. Thank you for stumbling.
You are amazing! Thanks for the “like” . . . Dr. Deb
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Shhh. Don’t tell anyone. Hahaha, Thank you Dr. Deb!!!
It’s a great poem! Thanks for visiting my new blog 🙂
You’re welcome. Thank you!
I really like this 🙂 deep and true to me
I’m very glad you found some meaning. Thank you!
Sometimes life feels that way, doesn’t it.
It sure does. Especially at the DMV.
Cute! Just part of that long, thin grey line!
Until it slowly fades and becomes the horizon
Sometimes circles are all bad – sometimes there’s a message in a circle that we are meant to find before we go forward. Cute drawings – very Shel!
Sometimes circles aren’t all bad – is what I meant to say….
Hahaha. I was thinking of some circular evil
Good point. Shel and tattoos are my biggest inspirations for drawing.
I know the feeling! 🙂
It’s a long wait.
War crime: Using Comic Sans. No biggie.
This is really nice. Just like a Shel Silverstein book.
Thank you very much Varjak.
What goes around, comes around. Full circle. 🙂
Thank you Kerrie!
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