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Good-bye McC-whatever your name is

Ashe is a punny name for a 
Bandit and Aristocratic girl
I've never seen white blankets of winter stupor,but her hair is as white as snow
Gold-accents and speck of southern rich 
The anxiety of teasing  dynamite like grill sizzles hiss during a hot summer's day 
Bold eyes with depth of color 
independent heart-seeked brushed
All within a tempered-sodden lip 
And the companioned bowler-hatted butler who like 
any other gray canine attracts mechanical affection
Had I but ears to hear and see-I'd say 
The submsissive click,click,click of a rebellious gunslinger
Blap of stray unerring pellets 
Bombardment of red-candle top- adrenalined
ring,ring,ring
An opera of menace

And the animated vocal squall

-'Bob,do something!'



Copyright © Miles Upshur | Year Posted 2018


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