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Click

Hide behind your lens And your flash And click your grand visions, If they are all click you have, If they click click are everything. If I click mean… click Nothing. Forget it. click Forget I brought it up. click click Forget about it, I said. click click … Continue reading

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Requisition of the Recognition of the State Exam

In three hours or less you are required, In accordance with tradition, To produce a lengthy manuscript Of material beyond recognition About topics you once studied Too long ago to mention, Based on continuous lessons As that was our intention. … Continue reading

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Food Hall

The epic-curious centre for food Is filled with a flavoursome aroma From Europe, Asia and beyond, A scattering of tables and chairs And idle chit-chat, A plethora of suits and hoodies And locals and strangers. Too many people eat their … Continue reading

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Bottom of the Bottle

There are secrets buried at the bottom of a bottle of rum, Shared through straws and shot glasses, with ice and coke, And a fair share of bullshit. One-by-one, and sometimes all at once, they come up, Erupting from our … Continue reading

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Masquerade

Sometimes I try real hard To get a few cheap laughs, And if you’re sat there listening, I’m sure you’ll appreciate that, But I don’t know how to tell A tale without a rat, A villain we can stand around, … Continue reading

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Man on the Run

There’s nothing quite the same as a man on the run, A man with no name nor a life nor a gun, A man with nothing left but the clothes that he wears, A man on the run whose going … Continue reading

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I’ve Been Waiting

I’ve been waiting for a long time for this, Whatever this is, This thing I’ve been pencilling in each week, Our little appointment, Missed for months, Too close to going on a year. I’ve been waiting and checking in For … Continue reading

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It’ll Be Okay

Dear Whatever, After a surprise turn of events, my classmates weren’t assholes. I’m still not entirely sure what’s going on, but since, like, Wednesday they haven’t been treating me like I’m the shit they need to get off their shoes. … Continue reading

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The Glory Days

What happened to the glory days Of ‘Hello, Goodbye’ and tea, When three of us would partake In mischief, madness and glee? What happened to the glory days And long chats through the night, And knowing who knew what, And … Continue reading

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Some Space

There’s some space between us, A void I tried to fill With digital messages And empty phone calls And all that remained Was silence. It is pitiable, And it is life, And it needs to change. I can’t wait for … Continue reading

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