Darling, I said nothing to Goth Girl and I never pick on people. Have you ever heard of hackers. A lady says nothing if she cannot say something nice. The crow is one of my favorites. In fact, it is my favorite video. Let me know if anything else was said to this girl. I do NOT know of her.
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The crow flies straight.
There's no other way to do it.
The topaz lion cracks the gray deer's neck open.
How else to dine divinely?
My red satin shoes dance to a distant tune.
How else to mock this shoddy life?
My pink, sinful lips encase your hard, purple jewel.
How else to play the game?
My knife thrusts up under your rib cage like I'm gutting a carp
Sweet dreams, my love.
Poems of Thunder
Dear Thunder you are ass out of crazy if you think I play video games, you micrcephaic creti
So you can mimic the Matrix. You were so sure of yourself you posted on my video. You low brow piece of shit.
Dear Reader My videos appear all in a line when you first open this site. Yhe rest are some untalented scavengers just hopping on my site. Mine are the poems. No trite rap songs about dying criminals (How original0
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Thank so much for the compliment.Good good luck with all your writing @ Carol Ann.
This Hercules Video is not part of my work. Ignore it. It is a lousy movie and I thought it was trashy and it was posted without my permission.
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Some people think Janis had an incorrect view of what a man can do. I've been there and this song is not a fiction. I believe she adapted this song from Bessie Smith.