Broken Clowns...

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by uncle_punk13, May 14, 2009.

  1. uncle_punk13

    uncle_punk13 Guest

    I've been cleaning house lately. There are people in my life- the hangers on, the scensters; the queens, jokers, and hoaxers. The alcoholic, users, narcisistic wife abusers. These are people I don't need around, and do not want to be associated with. I'm on a path that moves me away from those who hold me back, drag me down, and pretty much waste my time. In my housekeeping schedule I wrote this on my blog (I just felt like posting it here as well- if you find it to be offensive or inappropriate, go ahead and delete it) :

    Broken Clowns
    Broken Clowns,
    Turning smiles upside down.
    Narcissistic, alcoholic;
    Manic characteristic.
    Sliding Sideshow,
    Gone and left you
    once again;
    whisper'd away on autumn wind.
    Drama's tension,
    a ticket for admission;
    who needs you now
    poor decrepit
    Broken Clowns?
    One Man show,
    The Towering Ego.
    Delicate, fragile- a mirror'd house;
    live in paranoid shadow.
    Embracing fear,
    as that of mouse.
    Broken Clowns,
    with no rodeo showdown.
    Dry as dust,
    and with hollow promise;
    three ring desperation.
    Cling! Grasp! Cry!
    Lone spotlight, the final destination.
    Broken Clowns,
    There's no one left around.
    Broken Clowns,
    drift from out my little town,
    and leave me the **** alone!

    Currently listening:
    My War
    By Black Flag

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  2. infowarrior

    infowarrior Banned

    Ride your mb along 5 mile drive in beautiful Pt. Defiance Park... Could a mb pull the hill up from Owens Beach?
  3. graucho

    graucho Active Member

    Could feel it while reading. Thanks. Keep that closet clean UP13.
  4. wavygravy

    wavygravy Guest

    direct & to the point ! good on ya riff!
  5. uncle_punk13

    uncle_punk13 Guest

    Not intended to single out any one person; this was/is a general sentiment about a few different persons/personalities; about how I needed to move into a different direction, and to move away from...