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Death Poems About Peacock

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Poem Details | by Anthony Biaanco |
Categories: death, work,

neon peacock plague

mostly the young are not obeying plague rules
strutting around the streets like neon peacocks
bragging about a wild-weed-no rules-weekend 
arrogant-cell phone suckling -little fools
bringing death to their loved ones doorstep...
I suppose I was like them-once upon my ID
neon feathered -gonna live beyond forever
until death crashes the party that is

its closing time child
be humble child 
so humble
loves are
dying
dying
dying
loves