Poems by Faithless Watermelon

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  • We mellow soldiers and callow sons of Rome,
    contently ill impressed by our house at home...

  • It isn't over again but it's cool to think we're...
    and I need to smoke a little more without demands...

  • What a fastidious quarantine i've found in...
    quietly perfunctory like the malaise of my allure...

  • You are a key. Life is a series of doorways down...
    If god is what is powerful and righteous, it is...

  • There's a skull tomorrow for eyes to roll up into:
    steps of null and thankless glittering memories...

  • I know you like being hunted
    but when it's real you act stunted...

  • I've had enough of you. Enough nothing. I guess at...

  • Don't do drugs, kids. They make you write away...
    In a splintered cell of rhythm-snorting cynics...

  • Latchkey chameleons throbbing with censure,
    rapt with blurs and river-burning kraken smirks...

  • Splitting light and tentacles of grasping music,
    oversight out of mind...

  • stitched face glitched faith
    screaming felcher anthems...

  • Verdant patterns reeling
    and feeling like a tree...