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  277.     

Cat Burglar

A semi-opaque translucence
Permits the shadows through
Save for my identity
Inside this cozy room

Who lurks beneath the oaken sill?
Where broken blades of proof
Struggle to regain their length
And weep for friends on boot

Meowing mask on tippy toes
A leering snarled curl
A hump back haberdasher
Of other's wares and pearls

A freefall-floating silhouette
A shadow on the prowl
Slides right through- an open slot
An inch above the ground

The yellow colored canine tusks
Are first to come to view
The costume that he's wearing
Hides well for who intrudes

A clamored drawer behind the door
Alerts the resident
A cold stark icy feeling
Stays frozen in the bed

The cat has come; the cat may go
Leave humble with our goods
Just leave me- my innocence
'Cause with this gun I would
 
Keith Parsons

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  278.     

The Last Men

Icebound, savage,
waving tattered remnants of national identity,
hunkered in their bunkers,
monkey division army men
playing Anarchy by Milton Bradley
until somebody steals the dice,
then howling for the National Guard
when their compatriots aren’t looking.

Just imagine Gilligan’s Island
without the Professor.
Who’s first on the spit?
Or, with the last vestiges of
civilization left to them,
hand in hand,
walking into the lagoon,
the geographically misplaced chimps
and screaming pihas
bidding them a fond farewell.

Or a comet!
Maybe Robert Frost was wrong.
 
metamorphhh (aka jim crawford)

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  279.     

Lost Soul

I don't know who i am,
A misplaced identity,
I am a lost, wandering soul,
Confused,
For millenia i have searched,
Searched for my life,
But whatever i had is lost,
I am,
Condemned,
 
Kieran J1996

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  280.     

No Guarding our rights

Despite one's wish
Events are choices
We cannot recind
Identity requies money
Even now the heros
Work their will
Yearning for their independences still
Tis a waywood path
No matter how we choose
Within all we will always lose
Tasks maybe hard
A life cannot be bard
Because we fools
Allow all those elections
And place those phoney Ministers
Onto the throne
 
suzan gumush

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