Posted by Kay Salady
Words spew forth as vomit
From pale and acrid lips
That spit out bits that sever
To the core as they emit
Shameless, without end
Beyond the wit’s contention
And so, as to defend
The mind and its best interest
One taped that foul door closed
With rotations of adhesive
‘Til it could not disclose
An utterance of unpleasant
To rumble in the ears
Posted on October 2, 2012, in poetry and tagged acrid, adhesive, berating, contention, rumble, utterance, vomit, vulgarity, words. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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