Posts tagged ‘waste’

April 2, 2019

Curtain Call

by Nick Anthony

Once more, the roar of applause thaws his heart and makes him wish he didn’t have to depart this stage. Where had the years gone? He wonders. How did each day, so long, become faint flashes of memory? An ambling trajectory of wasteful debauchery, his life has passed him by like a distant plane in the sky. And now, as he clocks out of consciousness and stares across an endless necropolis, the clapping masses have gone silent. His heart is no longer raging and defiant. Overhead, the black curtain is falling and the blissful escape of the void is calling.

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February 22, 2018


by thereluctantpoet

By Charles Robert Lindholm

Willing To Spend Millions
For No Other Reason
Than To Stimulate
A Mental Masturbator
With A Military Parade
Shows A President
Whose  Psychotic Egotism

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January 6, 2017

Leaky Toilet Haiku

by Rhyme In Time


A leaky toilet,
Bleeding precious liquid gold.
Not enough buckets.

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August 28, 2016

The Struggle: Haiku.

by Nick Anthony

Upside down egg pits
Swallow wasted ambitions,
Flushing them long gone.