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Poem: Comeback


Made of broken glass
And false prophecies
I sharpen my elbows
With a rustic knife
Bone on bone
Until I can puncture the wall
Ice, stone, both
Locked into a battle
A thought on the brink of death
Reflecting off my sharpened glass
I see you
I see you
Standing atop the ticking clock
I'll give you a hand
A moment of my time
Life will bend and crack
But I'll hold on
I'll try
Even if I fall
I'll catch myself on my sharpened elbows
Sharpened with a bone saw.
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Refresh my Soul: A Poem

I haven't seen you
Standing by my window
Stealing my breath
And staring, with fire
Dueling with your shady desire

You want to fight
A child noless
You want to scream

but I'll rip my flesh
Across your jagged teeth
I'll scrape my knunkles
On your jagged frame

You think you know me?
You think you can win
But what if I'm more than you recall
What if I've change since the side walk's end

Try to understand my sight
The flames I see
Caressing the edge of my vision
My futility.

I'll run my mouth
Fly into the sun
Shoot off like a rocket
Ained at the sun.

Poetic Review of That Netflix Movie I can't Remember the Title of

There were butterflies
And music to despise
A mom's child had died
And based on her mascara, she'd cried

But seriously, the music
Louder than the movie
It made me sick

The movie itself was helluvan original
But in the end, it was just eh?
Because it end, poof final
But the main character is in denial

It doesn't solve anything
It somehow makes it worse
Was this a horror movie, eh
Perhaps if it stayed on course

It fall into an indie genre
That ends on a realization
But watch out
Because you're going to be eaten
By the Canker Man

It function a lot like the Babadook
With a little less spook
You can see all the plot coming
Like it's sitting outside and humming

 Either way the moving didn't put me to sleep
I had fun watching it, I think

With this in mind
I give this movie a 3 out of 5.

6 Orginial Sentences About Rhinos

1. A Rhino can hold his breath in a bucket of cherry jello for nearly as long as a zebra can pretend to be a lumberjack.

2. When two rhinos, one grey, and one a little less grey fall in love, they have to go to the council of rhinos to get their love approved by the Most Grey of All Rhinos.

3. The Most Grey of All Rhinos once ate a ham and cheese burrito that was the size of a small Costa Rican Steelworker.

4. Costa Rica is without Rhinos and thus their economy suffers from a lack of horns and other horn-based atrocities.

5. If you see a rhino at Starbucks, don't attempt to get him to by an Earl Grey tea, because he may find this offensive.

6. Once the Most Grey of All Rhinos Thought that they may have seen a unicorn, but it was clearly just a Dairy Queen wearing a wig.