THE BEAT OF ALARMS?..
Speeches such as these were ten-a-penny and moved the uniformed throes of immaculate humankind. The blasting noise of several million farts silenced the gene-pools of Nazism and Hitler lay drowned in a pond of
“Oh, but how terrible’, A dauphin child spoke from out a board-rubber.
“It’s very kind of you to say life is comfortable, but look at the confusion. Just to think of living here. There’s something
around which cannot make me happy.’
But happiness swelled from the ground as school-yards shortened the scent of earth’s cruel smile.
As the night rose above the rooms of this school, the trades of perverts spat forth. The stars of
Time noosed the Deities of light and dark and the cornucopia of sense loosed aliens against the coitus of the laid as ships, wedged in bottles, drove the dawn ‘west of Suez.’
Lives dwelt in their own framed ball-park. Students crossed the
lines and died before born. The canes of the killed thrilled as they crushed chiliads of moaning and weeping.
The clime of stiffened throes entertained the tiles of fear. Crying thrilled the chapel of flowers, smashed inside red rain.
cannot breathe because I am too young,’ spoke lads where future suffrage blocked the outside loos.
And ripped to bits were the buttocks where the fields of soul soaped to slits the sexist
Harness of killed cries..
suck the teats of life or else constrain the etchings of mankind!’
And the skies of mad and disclaimed boys danced inside pictorial heavens as the
Doctored scars of mankind felt bared breasts.
In this glib space, the tits of suitors
swelled with the sperm of the tamed and thrilled.
Hung up by the penis till pens died, the strangled cocks of wisdom spared
spoiled genes and the swiftness of red seed dazzled fusion with the pared
deeps of sun-lit drains. Here, the homes
of murders roamed and the surfs of the tangled tamed ran with silk as sinks thrilled with the spilt skins of the penitential dawn.
‘I do not wear a bra.’ Thus were the words spoken by a highwayman of a female Fm-Tutor.
cane you but I change you!’ Thus were the words spoken by the cold lips of an aged Head-of-Year.
And the dire fates of the learned delved the sums of time as triangular pentacles appeared written on gleaming desks.…
The plugs were
trapped and water ran away with the blisters of the inchoately praised. The dugs of pets back home shed milk and the dining-halls of frailty served strange foods to forgotten souls. I was made sanguine by the main-meals I ate, all of which contained French
stews stirred into smashed potatoes.
The scars of the stars roamed the fields of the damned and I was spent because my train of thought appeared to drift away. And where the mourning morning awoke stoned, there was a quay of calm situated somewhere
out my front window. I could neither weep nor sleep whilst the coda of songs extended their tunes to the beat of alarms....
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