4 Poems by A. Lenkeit

September 18, 2013 at 1:35 am | Posted in poem | 1 Comment

“Work”

 
“don’t do anything great”
“I’ve never done anything great”
“just be late for doctor’s appointments and take the bus and have a routine”
“I like routine”
“routine likes you”
 
 
“Untitled 31″

 

When I grow up
I want to die

and when I die
I want to be your headstone

 

“Austria”

 

I want to be:
your dog

I want to:
sit in your lap

I want to:

be kicked by you in a fit of rage regarding something else where you apologize to me later

I want to:
be unconditionally loved by you

 

I want to die:
in your bedroom where I feel safe

 

“Untitled 32″

 

be my private landlord

I want to pay rent on your body

I’ll even make

a security deposit

gives meaning

 

to a “new lease on life”

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  1. I like these.


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