Sunday, May 16, 2010

The Dove Knew Better

I think it was a dove, it was a peaceful bird.

The Dove Knew Better 03 21 2010


I break for lunch and when I return a dove is sleeping on my table saw, in the hot summer sun, and he was content about not moving,the date is 09/16/2007


The dove knew better

Than the menace of vetter

The bird told me to work no more

Leave this chore

To the men of Boar

The vulgar encroaching spirit would like to bother the relaxing dove

Void the world of anothers love

This is how much faith nature has in me

No jealously in terms of who to be

There’s blood on the top of the saw the gotcha gouch thinks

That’s dry paint I reply and your brain stinks

Drive away a friend of mine the jealous eyes above a mouth that endlessly spews meanly well thought fine

Bother him until he quits at life

Do this by making him feel strife

The doves knew better

They welcomed me back in this way

They well know what I need to say

Deprive him of a friendly meeting

For him should only have grass seating

Those with envy have no trust

That’s why a nation just went bust

This dove knew all along

And waited for return of song


Thomas Paul Murphy


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