"Capitol Hill" Wed Jul-13-05 01:30 AM by phelonious
American Democracy American Hypocrisy One in the same A tired old game Where wolves play sheep And say they are What they claim Not! To add more stew Into the pot They also claim To use the mop Another lie into the lot Of cars parked Where I wait still For janitors to serve On Capitol Hill
3. "Did somebody say archive?" In response to Reply # 0
This was.. well, let me elaborate before I even begin.
This was a well thought out piece. You obviously didn't just sit down and say.. well heres some words, let me see if I can make them SOUND deep, because this IS deep. I'm not gonna call you Saul Williams, but I will say this was definitely on the same level as a lot of the best I've ever read, or heard.
(Don't get TOO much of an ego boost, because I've only read the poetry my fiance has given me, and DefPoetry Jam on HBO, so I'm not the most well-versed scholar on the subject.)
This was a dope piece, my friend. It hides complexity behind simplicity... I don't know if anyone else agree's, but to this, I say--
"I wandered around darkened hallways, Lab-rynth, filled with, Blood vessels and plasma, Caught glances of windows- Peeking OUT, exoflective, Invective messages left on my own voice mail.. And by looking out from within?