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  365.     

The big man with his rusted keys

The big man with his rusted keys,
kicks his own family in the balls,
for this is my blood,
and this is my bread,
and if you cross this line, ill make
you wish you werent born, or even
thought of.
This mistranslated love is muddled
in fatigue, and garbed in hate, and
the big man with the rusted keys,
just smiles , and spits on his own
family,
for this is my blood,
and this is my bread,
and if you cross this line, ill make
you wish you werent born, or even
thought of.
The big man with the rusted keys,
finds his family gone, and the house
in perfect shape, and a note from his
so called family, that read,
have a nice life, you mean fu ck, and
dont forget to take out the trash...and
those rusted keys, you can shove them
up your...........
 
DAVID GERARDINO

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  366.     

Families

I think families are softly woven
Just like a piece of fine linen
Such tight and delicate threads
Many fragile stitches are hidden

Tombstones tell a story
When folks were born and died
Old, worn and weary
But the important dates don’t lie

Many come from other countries
It’s exciting for us to see
Each one tells a special story
Moss-covered under a tree

Genealogy books are so important
To follow families down the line
Sometimes quotes from family members
And newspaper clippings over time

It takes a lot of work and dedication
To put this information together
But it’s so important to pass down
So much there is to capture

So we cherish our extended families
No way better than genealogy books
And pass them down to generations
Stories flow softly like a gentle brook!
 
Marilyn Lott

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  367.     

you don't take things for granted, others do

you dont take things for granted
others do
-Melc

Im back
to my life
the one i
left

This boring life
it makes me
feel..

To think that
that girl
cried cause she
was sad

because of
the attention
she lacked

and here i am
crying
because a family
not of my own
is so far away

so far for me
to lean on
to say things
aren't okay

i miss the house
not of my own
the family there
that thought
themselves wierd

if wierd is
what you call it
then take me into it
i dont care if
im looked down upon

because i wish i had
a family like hers
but this computer
and room
is now all that i own

with my family located
on my AIM list
I feel lonely
again

Because thats
the sort of
loser
that I am
 
Mel Reyes

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