Steven Harris


Ramble Ramble Ramble


Taking the wall off the side of the road
hitting my fist on the pavement
slapping the sky with a hand
smashing down the junkyard with a brick
breaking open the lighthouse
smashing the lamp post open with a claw hammer
making the ladies blush
throwing trees off tops of ladders
the explosions of love
the fun of the swimming pool
writing an essay in black ink
using words that don't make sense
ramble ramble ramble
hitting a car door with a goat
drinking myself into a coma
waking up to an endless dream
using spanish as 5th langauge
using words that nobody can hear
seeings flying donkeys in my head
crash and bang goes the town
putting my fist up at the leaders
ramble ramble ramble
that's all i do after a crash
and a drunken night
headace and trauma
ramble ramble ramble
i lay on the bed
with a hammer and a pen
and a makeup case
it's all in my head
ramble ramble ramble.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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