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 DriftingBack
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time to leave this beach and grab our coats
tossed the clogs swimming swampy moats
trainin blood thirsty revengeful red alligators
mesmerizin hungry eyes with screen savors

over on the other side of swampy land
so many elected elitists in sinking sand
wasting hard earned tax money bragging
$139.000 on a coffee table called fashion

hustling the stock market with a full cup
sold steel cans and pizza on a heads up
easy breezy rich when a little birdie calls
can't lose for winnin' for the wrong cause
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/11/2018 7:38:56 AM
can't lose for winnin' for the wrong cause
see catch twenty two of the section 8 clause
ya cain't cowboy up wearing shoulder spurs
then walk the red carpet wrapped in fox furs

make connections on the international date line
park in tow away zones without paying a fine
fish without a license eventually get caught
taking the bus till they deliver my yacht
 WeAre1
Joined: 3/18/2008
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Posted: 3/11/2018 7:24:24 PM
Taking the bus til they deliver my yacht
Would take a whole lot more than I got
Saiilng the deep blue seas for some fun
If you're one of them you'd take yer gun
In case a trespasser comes aboard
Guess in the old days you'd take yer sword
Buccaneers had years of mutiny
Now we're rebelling against this country
 eddee shaw
Joined: 7/24/2007
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Posted: 3/13/2018 10:33:58 AM
Now we're rebelling against this country
There's a new Secretary of State I see
This is the strangest Administration I've ever seen
Still trying to wake up from this bad dream
They say the country is doing good economy wise
Brought to you by myths and lies
A Putin crony now runs the show
Threatens countries with a nuclear glow
Put in power to split us apart
For those that can't see it, your not very smart
And when it does all fall apart and a Chaos wins
We will have a wall to keep us locked in
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 3/13/2018 6:13:16 PM
we will have a wall to keep us locked in
destroyed from inside incompetent sin
can't never could get ahead left behind
daily Disarray and chaos right on time

went down to the pub couldn't afford to stay
seems all casted votes got changed to "Yea"
compromised integrity without protection plan
Russian roulette election now here on demand

built a space ship to blast away
come back down another day
ashamed screaming DAMN
don't recognize Uncle Sam
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 3/14/2018 4:57:50 PM
don't recognize Uncle Sam
why it's all a con artist scam
hire & fire but the clown stays
chasing rats in a corrupt maze

all the doors up at the local zoo
now the head gorilla has a view
wide-open space can see Mars
locked behind costly steel bars

closing time now it's time to Go
on a blue wave victory tide flow
always tomorrow just so u know
daily chaos from a circus show
 eddee shaw
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Posted: 3/16/2018 10:15:34 AM
Daily chaos from a circus show
abusing elephants is a big NO NO
Was going to run away on a circus train
but on that day it started to rain
so I didn't go
and besides that circus train was a no show
I thought that kind of just blows
I really wanted to go
so I gave up that thought
and I bought
a new car instead
 WeAre1
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Posted: 3/16/2018 2:37:19 PM
A new car instead
So I can go way ahead
Of the cops that might chase me
Cuz I'm on a driving spree
Footloose and fancy free

Remembering my rx8
Fast little car right outta the gate
Mazda made with rotary engine
Didn't like winters in new england
So after two years had to trade it in
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/17/2018 1:48:55 PM
So after two years had to trade it in
Washer don't drain dryer won't spin
Already replaced plastic agitator dawgs
After they ate a pair of wooden Dutch clogs

Voiding the warranty that guaranteed
Damage done by a giant pumpkin seed
Sent on an expedition from seven stars
On a mission to find vintage air guitars
 MsSkeezix
Joined: 7/1/2017
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Posted: 3/17/2018 3:17:11 PM
On a mission to find
Vintage guitars
Or a set of pan pipes
I can play on Mars
Got my rocket
Got my suit
Looking for a partner
Who can play the lute
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/18/2018 6:49:01 AM
Who can play the lute
An owl only gives a hoot
Causing the dogs to bark
Coyotes howl after dark

Boom box drives by in a car
Playing opera on a bass guitar
Whatever happened to trebles
did Soft wheels roll over pebbles

tiny tambourines of silver cymbals
on musical staffs with clef symbols
played by muses wearing thimbles
with a Midas touch that resembles

weaving rope ladders from short hairs
wearing robes or capes at Ren faires
da judge ruling the lawyer's case moot
while standing on one leg playing a flute
 WeAre1
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Posted: 3/18/2018 6:11:30 PM
While standing on one leg playing a flute
A person ran in and stole all the loot
Was just trying to make it to pay the rent
Guess on drugs will the money be spent

I get it when addiction might take hold
No morals as you prematurely grow old
I understand the trap you can't escape
Yet I don't buy the excuse it's just fate

For we all have a choice to do as we wish
We all have great pain and no silver dish
Yet some manage better than others to cope
Life is not easy whether clean or on dope

Sometimes the help will come when asked
Other times it's not there or just won't last
So you learn to stand on your own two feet
You change your mind and find life is sweet
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/20/2018 1:05:12 PM
You change your mind and find life is sweet
Follow facebook likes to know who to tweet
distinguish generation X from baby boomers
using a fashion quiz to spread false rumors

unable to identify sponge bob pants
qualifies you for links to robot rants
pop up adds with large button phones
choice between trumpets or trombones

roses are red and other colors too
how do they know I don't like tofu
 WeAre1
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Posted: 3/21/2018 9:12:31 PM
How do they know I don't like tofu
They keep track every register you go through
Each time you buy a thing online
Which flights you take at exactly what time

They know if you drink beer or wine
They know every ticket you wait for in line
They know so much more than you'd ever guess
Especially what you got up to at every address

It's no surprise to me that they know plenty
They know exactly who I talk to in my family
Facebook is so damn open to scrutiny
I'm sure they know everything about everybody
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/22/2018 8:02:14 AM
I'm sure they know everything about everybody
Already have offers catering to my new hobby
Collecting vintage curling brooms made of straw
Antique hickory rocking chairs from Arkansas

Original calligraphy recipes for Buddha Delight
hand written in water colors translucent to light
catching Yaupon berries with wax wing Thrushes
using long strokes of horse tail hair paint brushes

free range gnome handmade statues of foxes
framed in recycled wooden chia plant boxes
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 3/22/2018 7:21:39 PM
framed recycled wooden chia plant boxes
a manmade machine reinvents fake hoxes
ain't nothing funny when honey bees sting
log out best advice for living the real thing

outside technology less breath of fresh air
wind surfing raging billow clouds on a dare
sure does beat doing dirty dishes any day
being free is a high price to pay some say
 LyricMuse
Joined: 6/25/2007
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Posted: 3/22/2018 8:11:40 PM
framed recycled wooden chia plant boxes
they give me joy
something that has become
a
dirty
thoughtless
word
reflecting
reflection
its
somewhat of a
benediction
facing death
from rocket
from bullet
from
life

being free is a high price to pay some say
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/23/2018 8:33:24 AM
being free is a high price to pay some say
may force not be against those in the way
where Icarus lights the night or some day
photo ops popperattzi would willingly pay

not the baby elephant walk theme song to Hatari
but a book written about Freedom titled Hitari
by a one handed man who raced rhinos for fun
stepped to the side of what he could not out run

when an outer space mobile home with wax wings
give or take a few days whatever April 1st brings
the window is "highly variable" it's not ironclad
chances of even seeing Tiangong are real bad

T word is trouble there's no ifs, ands or buts
Many more agree now some are just nuts
 WeAre1
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Posted: 3/24/2018 10:13:17 PM
Many more agree now some are just nuts
Have to admit the craziness abuts
The one who thinks he knows the game
But truth is he's really quite insane

Now when he can't get his way
To Florida he'll run away and play
But upon return no one can soften
His tantrums he displays quite often

A huge ego with a mini attention span
Except when it comes to an illegal plan
Anything he can get away with he'll try
Especially his compulsive need to lie
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 3/27/2018 6:26:45 PM
Especially his compulsive need to lie
Requires others to say I'm not that guy
Casting shadows like grey clouds at night
Looking like dark skies without starlight

Till the half moon mysteriously appeared
In a chorus line as stormy weather cleared
On stage balloon dancers in grocery carts
Were playing dodge ball with lawn darts

Like a lamp post don't care which way you're leaning
If last summer's laundry is still part of spring cleaning
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 3/28/2018 4:08:30 PM
if last summer's laundry is still part of spring cleaning
tiny inner thorns cuts strife in this nightmare dreaming
like a Silent volcano Rage inside the Earth's inner core
fed up with reality ready to give up and dream no more

weighs down this pressure-heavy soul
frustrated beyond what words compare
waiting for the dream takes a harsh toil
stuck here tryin to hurry up & get there
 MsSkeezix
Joined: 7/1/2017
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Posted: 3/28/2018 8:10:01 PM
Harsh toil stuck here
Trying to hurry up
And get there where
They make no bones
Bout sittin' all alone
In a sun dappled grove
Underneath the birch trees
Huckleberry understory
Ripe and ready to fall
 WeAre1
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Posted: 3/29/2018 5:05:53 PM
Ripe and ready to fall
Get him removed once and for all
Take all his friends we can't afford
Send them to oblivion on a surf board
Or maybe Siberia would be more his cuppa tea
After all his relations with Russians are so friendly
Be sure to include a bit of pornography
Might help with the rugged geography
Or much better to send nothing with him
'Cuz torture for him would be total isolation
 DriftingBack
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Posted: 3/31/2018 4:30:05 PM
torture for him would be total isolation
shift shapes the scene of devastation
a field of wildflowers and glowing sun
plays loaded Russian roulette fur fun

clickety clack here comes the second chance
blowing past self-destructions happenstance
baskin in the glory as the sun shines frown
such a beautiful day for another letdown
 lookingforsophia
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Posted: 4/1/2018 8:35:17 PM
such a beautiful day for another letdown
two of three reusable rockets touch down
next thing you know they'll be in small towns
delivering discretely packaged night gowns

teddy bears could arrive by parachute
considering how they're so soft and cute
a star trek transporter synthesized flute
awaiting official approval to aid the mute

using bone hearing near the inner ear
Edison bit into a piano so he could hear
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