I dreamt of Xanadu that night and saw the boys of Finland
Trapped by bear and eagle with some poised for valiant life.
Their grandsons may see Northern lights outdo imagined patterns,
but sun-deprived, sun-sated some succumb to suicide.
I sold the country’s gold reserves, now we only flip the euro
And hold our breath while hoping that our figures will improve.
When Athena cheats her lovers
Must Fullo pay the bride price?
as seventeen, with no twins,
is such a noisome brood.
I saw your god the other day,
without faith in himself now
So be your own false idol child and seek the here apparent
the strong men who don’t bully-shout or feel their needs
The women who don’t need or seek
acceptance or permission.
I found a clue I laid myself,
I found it accidentally,
who knows if merely
can really hurt a man?
I met a man I could not hurt,
someone brave and
That’s possible, you’ve seen it
I met a man I could not hurt
But you may…
No one’s invincible
Todays best new poem was written by Vincent Aurelius.
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