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The Fantastic

The Fantastic
By martinandrew9 on 06/21/2011
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God vomited an alternate universe,
Where every half-court shot goes through the net.
And the taste of rotten fruit is divine.

John F. Kennedy is a homeless man carrying a sign which reads
“The end to this life is impossible, don’t give to charity, but hoard your own money.”

The pools are mostly urine, and nobody seems to mind.
Everyone has a luxury sedan, and there isn’t one without a moon-roof.

Men cook. Women read the paper.
Students prepare for exams that are years in the future.
Teenagers punish their parents for experimenting with narcotics.

It is here that the carnivorous lay with the meek, but the meek have long sharp teeth.

It is here where the grass cannot survive without dry rain-less heat, and crops thrive when it snows.

It is here where I go, when I want to be with her.
Where my words captivate her,
like her very presence gives me vitality.

You see, because I feel the same for her
between and including the real and fantastic.

But, to truly see her eyes glow at the sight of me,

I go on to the place where caviar is taboo, and there are no fine wines.
Where the jester dances with the royal daughter, and his dreams are not limited to juggling; his life is not a farce.

© By martinandrew9 On 6/21/2011 7:38:38 PM
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