Under this killing Moon: Poems

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AuthorHouse, Jan 27, 2011 - Literary Collections - 364 pages
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Under this Killing Moon is a brief collection of poems among the epiphany, the wrath and the love thrilling in a lonely summer of work and desolation. Poems made while the vane glory and the past afflictions revive with the old grief, the heart-racing touch, the immortal significance of the thoughts and the stories collected in one's life, told as in a short sequence of words, like the series of our life developing term on whatever we enjoy and judge the world by, granting the powerful little window of its description.

 

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Contents

Give me
3
The air is spinning
9
If you want to call someone just call
16
That aloof white chick
22
Walking three girls at midnight
30
Memorable flashes by inspiring foundations
36
have this nasty habit
45
One of a kind Friday
51
once rode a road
135
She says shes normal
142
Under this killing moon
148
The mysterious foot and the retirement
155
Untitled
160
A damn fine actor
173
Survivor in the prison of the ignorant
186
Shes curious like a cat
199

Who the hell knows?
57
Got left in the air as if I was nobody
64
This damnable traffic within
70
He loves the idea of Her
75
Livin in glorious misery
81
Shifting thru the ashes
87
In days like these
93
Country soul
100
cant speak of fame
107
Artist in the wrong era
116
To unravel the behemoth in my spine
122
Passing by Life Avenue
129
Figure me
212
The audacity of a sperm
226
Stop smiling
240
Incessant wave
254
Overrated females
258
HP Photosmart C4580
273
Marvelous disorder
287
The weekend is over
300
Natural ownership
314
Strange thought
328
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