A Western

A Western

 

Heat visibly bounces off the thick tar of the gallows,

Rattled from within, cattle architecture

Lines the straight path to the future.

The death penalty desires center stage.

 

Rattled from within, cattle architecture

Shed paper thin leather, up unto windy plains,

The death penalty desires center stage,

Act 1, the good book and a troglodyte.

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Eulogy

Eulogy

I found the poem to read at my death,

I think about death a lot,

It’s a great poem to read at my death,

After all, death is all we get

For a lifetime of achievements,

Please read this poem at my death,

Perfection Wasted,

By John Updike,

I think about death a lot.