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Jun 3, 2007 at 08:47 o\clock

Prey by Emma lev Australia

Emma Lew

Prey

I was daydreaming about wiping out the whole school
I was rehearsing and perfecting the ‘gentle giant' approach
Rebellious and defiant, had no ambition
Death is a beginning, it's beautiful

I swore I never shot at a windowless wall
I was calm and denied, and was allowed to drive away
And killed a young bride, inconclusively
It's sad, but I don't live there any more

Not like you'd expect - real dark, red blood
Humid in the city known for its beer
I was wrestling with a list, perhaps posing as a cop
And I wrapped my fingers around your throat. Did you panic?

I'm not an expert, I don't know the terminology
They were looking for a guy who was ghoulish or foamed
It's a slow road with a lot of curves
Maybe I should have toyed with her more

 

© 2002, Emma Lew
From: Anything the Landlord Touches
Publisher: Giramondo,

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