Rock & Roll, sex, drugs, booze, and depression

bernardtwindwilGranddad & story teller,
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Cries the savage generation
My generation

Rock & Roll, sex, drugs, booze, and depression

by bernardtwindwil

"Talkin' 'bout my g-g-generation"

Gina sat right next to me in chem 10 until the day she didn't. Got pregnant and got dead. Johnny, Paul, and Amos dead drunk in a tree on the Taft Highway. KAFY Rock&Roll until dawn.

"I would not feel so all alone, everybody must get stoned"

French soave soldier Capt. Zig-Zag rolls the happy smoke A felonious pain to pleasure trip Smoke streaming from underneath the bleachers locked in altered mental reality

Sex, love, and midnight promises.

Troth in backseat tryst bespoke. Like the Raven, "for evermore." A nihilist future and pleasure of the moment for a generation with nothing before us Mad passionate coupling soothes the pain

"I'm gonna get drunk and I sure to dread it."

Vodka laced oranges Gin and cough medicine Just ways to please make the world go away Shotgun a six-pack drive a country road wake up naked on the front lawn barf my only blanket

"Here comes your nineteenth nervous breakdown."

At seventeen the weight of all mankind Weighed me down blew my mind Listened to the Stones "Paint it Black" Gave up on having any tact fuck Ken Kesey there was more than one

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bernardtwindwilGold CommaGranddad & story teller,
10 months agoReply
@tbanarchy I wanted to draw parallels between my generation and following generations. Those songs and the poets who wrote them had a strong influence on my generation. I think it parallel the poets and singers of the present generation.

tbanarchyGifted WriterI am a snarky freelance writer.
10 months agoReply
So you quote The Who, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and George Jones and Willie Nelson. Nice!