Just one day out of life just one Morning so what do you think the most borrowed item by a neighbour you know i was going to say lawnmower but It ain’t easy Shoes oh i love shoes especially When you need a mortgage and you need it now It don’t matter if you’re black or white When that breeze is blowing Put on your red shoes and dance the blues Let it all out Thursdays the reindeer stop by and on fridays The pieces that were left to die brought Bad guys like me every day is a first can i take my gun
[Monday + overcast + “blue”]
Matthew Tierney studied science before turning to poetry. His latest collection, The Hayflick Limit, considers “the boundaries of the cosmic and sub-atomic—how the mind contains both.”
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