Dog goD 8Hate

Rookie - 423 Points (Grass Valley, Ca.)

Clear Water Here!


Enticing forms numerous, even to me,
daily send bait of bane for suckers -
the sea of fickle fools.

Battering irony that cavorts to
weak & well, seeking internal
satisfactions known not to me.

Fishy morsels of baneful shark
tease the pan’s fry - blind the eye
to baked bass with large mouths

I seek to speak and care not for
impeding dangers, screaming
intensities of temptation.

Moreover! I’ll walk right out of here
If you don’t read into the aspiration
conferred my soul - IT’S NOT MINE!

Guileless prowess - Nov.15,2007

Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011
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Comments about this poem (Clear Water Here! by Dog goD 8Hate )

  • Rookie Goldy Locks (1/29/2008 10:40:00 PM)

    I like your spirit. Hell, i like your whole attitude. Smart writer. This has biblical significance, correct - a parallel to the parable where God feeds the masses: fish & bread.

    Will continue reading you. You have me hooked ;) Susan xx (Report) Reply

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