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Hugh Doolan & Zak "ill sheep"

zak zarapantão on January 07, 2012 19:46

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    Ill Sheep by Hugh Doolan read by Hugh Doolan

    In wandering tones I do hone to the
    outsider inside of me
    getting Him out means delving in;
    Only straits like Magellan's
    face me head on; clear,
    as though having no possible entry,
    the levers on fulcrum of stubborn entity
    thrive on and attach
    staple diet,
    quiet stillness;
    an uproariousness;
    dribbled into shift-silted crumbs.
    By way of seeing through this pierced page
    I stitch and sew what is stacking up;
    lack-lustre cups,
    poised to tumble through pane
    of glass-eyed rage, behind.
    That is how you feel
    when content
    with vice and indulgent twists of the arm;
    yet required and committed,
    by surroundedly swathed troops
    to descend the hills from
    scary heights,
    sights and sounds
    allow themselves be swallowed up,
    as air by speed.
    counterfeit emotion - loss,
    as never before lost.
    Saviours of rocked out bravery
    counter divils-of-dervishness
    stocked up to the eyeballs
    in sufi reverie.
    Continuously flex genuineness
    as a normal muscle- dont give it steroids!
    blow up bloat out
    horse shit one hears from
    designer drunks in-zootified
    over-flexed and emphasized
    Just bleet as sheep heard on hill
    Shepherd is coming
    to take care of all ills.

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