Miroslava Odalovic

Rookie - 43 Points (Montenegro)

...Or we are


...Screaming percentages out of what anulls
on stolen credit cards multiplied degrees
divided will succumbs to naught to...

...father features motherly disguises
simple spit outs poor on x/y axes minefields
divided will succumbs to what to...

...spiritual movements lie in ragged papers
who matters on what centes die apart
divided will succumbs too short to...

...mastering wavelights hail the corpus crypti
on broken butts of candy fruits in dust
divided will succumbs to darkline sport to...

...mysteries unsolved on vending machines
crying try again it aian't just what it seems
divided will succumbs to shots to...

...weaponless standing amid the crowds
scanning cityscapes across the glide of flowers steel
undivided unveil divided will succumbs to...

...experts on habits lost in recognitions
...addicted to fluency of what can't be said
divided will succumbs to the hollows to...

undivided it succumbs to All

Submitted: Friday, August 23, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 23, 2013
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