HATE Poems

POEMS TO BREAK SOMETHING WITH

Sitting

Sitting,
salaciously succumbing
To
Sordid secrets;
Ever
So silently stipulating
Seemingly unattainable
Selfish suppositions
Of
Superimposed symmetry,
Sanctioning support
For a
Subduction of semblance,
Bearing a
Scorching similitude
To
A
Secluded solitude
In
A

Slummy, Sad part of town
a Scorned Survival
a Sanctimonious Standing
a Sacrilegious Skirmish



All things being equal of course