seaside A poem by Dee E.
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A poem about about the seaside and nauseating wealth

seaside A poem by Dee E.

Play me a song, make me a boat and take me to the sea.

Swallow the olives from your drink, kiss my hysteria, salty and pink.

Don't you know that when you wink I have told pay a fee?

Paddle to the sunshine gloom and smear it on my toast.

Cut it in half and have it with tea, lets sit at a window and look at the coast!

Nectarine, delectarine on sunny Sunday sand.

Smooth and smooch and watch the clouds come to dance and drunk on hooch

Daylight darkness flirts with madness cups my cheeks in both his hands.

Howl at my crown and grown granddads drown. In liqueur which he pores into seven hundred dollar frowns.

Shillings and top-hats and rugs made of bobcats, tell me that I'm as pretty and proper and green as the copper outside in the rain.

Cindy told Mindy that I look like candy but Candy told Harold told Cindy I'm as mean as Eugenia so I think that I'll have a nap. Did you think I gave a crap?

So play me a song, make me a boat and take me to the damn sea!

Swallow your olives from your drink, kiss my hysteria, salty and pink .

And even though I pore coins down the sink I'll pay to watch you wink.

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