March 30th, 2001

Distracted Bunny

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Morning everybody. I'm here working yet once again. Go figure. BUT! I'm only here until 1pm. YAY!!! Hehe, the simple things in life make it great. :) And Conclave tonight!! WOOHOO! Can't wait. Should be interesting. And yes people, I finally read all the comments you posted. Didn't respond back...but read them...hehe. :)
Distracted Bunny

A poem I wrote ages ago

It was a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
thick as green pea soup
green pea soup
green like the color of my baby brothers vomit
my baby brother

he was born on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could cut it with a knife
a knife
a knife like the one I used to kill my older sister
my older sister

she died on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could feel it coursing through you like electricity
electricity
electricty like the ten thousand volts I used to kill my dog
my dog

he bit me in the ass on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could taste it like poison
poison
poison like the kind I tried to feed my parents
my parents

they called the cops on me on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could feel it beating you down
beating you down
beating you down like a bunch of cops did for my arrest
my arrest

I was taken to jail on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could feel it burning in your lungs like gas
burning in your lungs like gas
gas like the kind they used at my execution
my execution

a bunch of cops killed me on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could see it raising from the earth
raising from the earth
raising from the earth like I did to finish off my parents
my parents

they finally died on a dark and foggy night
the fog was thick in the air
so thick you could see it setteling to the ground
setteling to the ground
setteling to the ground like I did after a job well done
all on a dark and foggy night

the fog was thick in the air

2001 Adam Scrogham