Proper Playground Parables

Tue, 12/12/2017 - 08:35 -- negvee

So much depends upon the proper playground pick-me-ups

And picking perennial playground buttercups

Proper playground parables are taught on proper plastic playground slides to kids who eat proper pear gummies with polysaccharides  

Proper playground parables raise proper playground people who go to proper playground churches with proper playground steeples

Proper playground parables have proper playground propaganda to sell proper polyester peace to proper playground pediatrics

proper playground are patrolled by pastoral police and perverse priests

I learned how to hide from proper playground hide and seek

but even at my proper playground peak i will bruise like

a proper playground peach

Proper playground parables perhaps forgot to put on paper that proper playground parables pioneered the people who pierced the pentagon, ignored the palestinian paradox, and proposed, parliamentary pandemonium perishing primal pluralism and printing press persuasion preceding papal privy didn’t oppose sincerity

then inherently these proper playground privilege people presume prospective pity poisons people into poverty.

All of the proper playground parables couldn't teach me how to paraphrase my paralyzing paranoia in paper poetic paradox.

I perplex the proper playground people and their proper playground posterity so they packed me into a petroleum pipeline and sunk me in the Pacific not knowing i was progressively pernicious and pre-combustible

proper playground people can’t imprison pathetic so instead i'll paint them a picture, poetic, plotting past the the proper playground parables and all their proper playground people and their proper playground church and proper playground steeple. Ill plant a proper playground garden with proper playground seeds that makes proper playground paper from its proper playground trees so you too can paint a poem against the Proper Playground Parable

and play on a playground that’s more proper playground bearable.

 

This poem is about: 
Our world

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