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Wind
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0 posted 10-26-2002 06:26 PM       View Profile for Wind   Email Wind   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Wind



I challenge you to write about a party, preferably a masked or costumed party! Come on, give it a try.


                                                     

and you can act like an idiot and no onewill care because it isn't real


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Are you wanting a poem, or does it matter?  I'll give you a story or a poem, and it may or may not have a word of truth to it....only midnite's coven of witches will know which.
Let the Wind rustle the leaves. The call of the darkest hour of midnite is brewing up a storm for you.  
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in reply to your challenge wind.
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Wet Dreams II

Kubrikesque candorless masks mark the party,
Colliding probabalistic spheres of reprehensible predators,
Late Roman de(-)cadence rivaling the excesses of Caligula's senators.
Deviant desires eaten, probed, pushed, and tasted in po(r)tions hearty.

Gold bodies preform as decaying marbles stare hard.
An orgy of daisies and poppies, the absence of rose and lotus conspicous.
Haggard harmony and aging flesh compile a tune riotous;
Trick deck stacked with suicidal kings and queens - pick a card.

Powder blue nursery warm and safe a child sleepy
Remains awake with itself plays a game of twisted doctors
and Nurses while dressed temptingly smile knowingly.

Innocence never possessed unlost, its staying power barred.
Lusts awakened by parental play, psyche viscious.
Cyclic red staining patterns, his white plume marred.
 
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