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Array ( [sid] => 94203 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => Corpse you Lick [time] => 2005-05-12 19:37:38 [hometext] => [bodytext] => Sit in this chair this brown chair your
teeth are inside your throat embedded because

you hate everything it is all
bull***** and you can smell it and
nothing will change so


Forever I will make love to vegetables


and fatigue plagues me
it hangs off of my shoulders
a Unicef boy with a ballooning stomach

a ChemoGirl with a sickly grin


i am inside nothing and nothing is inside me
it is all inside my mind for watch my vacant smile



my head has melted to my hand,

my drool is as syrup

my skin is so sweet


and i donít care what corpse you lick

and where you lick
it where you *****
it Necrophiliac retreat

from these slurping sucking
noise of green white and hair.



My heart and mind
rip me to the ground
right eye socket will shatter on contact


Dislocate my shoulders
I love the word sever.


[comments] => 2 [counter] => 146 [topic] => 61 [informant] => SensitiveSoAbused [notes] => [ihome] => 0 [alanguage] => english [acomm] => 0 [haspoll] => 0 [pollID] => 0 [score] => 0 [ratings] => 0 [editpoem] => 1 [associated] => [topicname] => selfstruggles )
Corpse you Lick

Contributed by SensitiveSoAbused on Thursday, 12th May 2005 @ 07:37:38 PM in AEST
Topic: selfstruggles



Sit in this chair this brown chair your
teeth are inside your throat embedded because

you hate everything it is all
bull***** and you can smell it and
nothing will change so


Forever I will make love to vegetables


and fatigue plagues me
it hangs off of my shoulders
a Unicef boy with a ballooning stomach

a ChemoGirl with a sickly grin


i am inside nothing and nothing is inside me
it is all inside my mind for watch my vacant smile



my head has melted to my hand,

my drool is as syrup

my skin is so sweet


and i donít care what corpse you lick

and where you lick
it where you *****
it Necrophiliac retreat

from these slurping sucking
noise of green white and hair.



My heart and mind
rip me to the ground
right eye socket will shatter on contact


Dislocate my shoulders
I love the word sever.






Copyright © SensitiveSoAbused ... [ 2005-05-12 19:37:38]
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Re: Corpse you Lick (User Rating: 1 )
by assassinatorgirl on Sunday, 29th May 2005 @ 04:43:20 PM AEST
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Another great poem, awesome job. Most people on here I have to make myself read their poems when they ask, but yours just pulls me in, it's so great, I love it. Very, very nice :D Intriguing.


Re: Corpse you Lick (User Rating: 1 )
by FleurdeSang on Saturday, 25th June 2005 @ 06:55:08 PM AEST
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Oh, my!! Deliciously morbid and very graphic! Mmmmm, yes yes, a succulent treat for the eyes of a horny Necropheliac, hmm? lol! My apologies, I had a bowl of magical mushrooms last night meself! (Just to keep things clear and somewhat sane, I am NOT a horny Necropheliac, 0:-). Promise!!) Hehehe. On a serious note, this is a captivating and thought-provoking write, cheri. Again, the emotion is mentally and physically draining... beautiful in its decaying ugliness... for death possesses a splendor that many fail to percieve... I guess we as poets that have that certain SIGHT, we see far more beauty in things that others may find revolting. You have accomplished this with masterful precision, and I am breathless. Exploding with haunting pictures of sanity-depriving phantasms and heart-stopping divinity. I LOVE this!!! Your poetry just grabs me by the throat, squeezing the breath out of me, and at the brink of death, it breathes life into my body once more... Your words bring death... and life... all at once. Flawless, my friend... simply flawless. Thank you once more for sharing this poetic work of art with us all! MAGNIFICENT! All my love. Forever,

Your 'shroom eating friend/avid fan,

~*Stephy*~ *HUGS!*




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