Saturdays in April -Dystopian Fiction

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Saturdays in April -Dystopian Fiction

Are You There God? It’s Me, Volume, Reverb, & Resonance

Sometimes,
in the shower,
I sing as though I’m
Peter Garrett from
Midnight Oil.

Often,
I sing pop rap songs
in Peter’s voice.

Try this:
First, sing “Beds
Are Burning” to
remind yourself
of Peter’s delivery.

Then, sing “Baby
Got Back.” Now,
don’t you feel good?

Today,
I sang “Don’t You
Forget About Me.”
It sounded awesome.

But, I was in the shower,
where acoustics
are much more friendly
and everybody
screams your name.

Are You There God? It’s Me, Volume, Reverb, & Resonance

Some People Cannot Pronounce the “L” In Railroad

And some people cannot admit they’re wrong
And some people cannot ask for help
And some people never had a favorite song

Some people cannot say “I love you”
And some people cannot get to sleep
And some people know the way to get through
Is to avoid digging down too deep

Some people cannot whisper softly
And some people cannot understand
And some people cannot forget what happened
And some people need a detailed plan

Some people wonder out loud
And some people dream until noon
And some people look in the mirror
And think that it’s happened too soon

Some People Cannot Pronounce the “L” In Railroad

This Sunday in Kansas City, Come Get Your Sweetheart a Custom Love Poem

I’ll be at the Made Market, composing one-of-a-kind love poems at your request.

In other news, I took a longer-than-typical winter break from Devious Bloggery. Mostly because last year’s Waterwood project wore me out but also because sometimes you just need to take a longer-than-typical break.

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How are you? How’s your family? Are you staying strong in spite of the true retardation of American government? Are you watching your breath? Are you watching your neighbor’s breath? Has your neighbor stopped breathing? Shouldn’t you do something? Call someone? Put some clothes on first. You’ll likely be questioned.

This Sunday in Kansas City, Come Get Your Sweetheart a Custom Love Poem