Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Bad Birds: ACT 2 (Is Bird The True Word?)


It’s Getting Close
Any Time Now
By The Way
Don’t Watch Me How
Let’s Soon Forget
Of How We Met
Once In A Zillion
Better Yet
Where Did It Go
What Did I Do
For Who’s To Know
The Better Clue
Hey, Then Again
What The Hell
In The End
Broke The Spell
It Lasted Long
With A Word
And A Song

I Killed The Sad Bird
Why Am I
In The Bad
I Nearly Cry
But Doesn't Make Me Sad
Hell I Don’t Know
Where I’m To Go
Near Or Far
My Favorite Bar
Still
I’ll Sink A Few
For What’s It Due
To, I Don’t Care
The Burning Of
My Long Dark Stare...

Submitted: Monday, April 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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Companion Piece/Sequel To My Other Poem 'Bad Birds: (Bird Is Not The Real Word)

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