four old poems and two new words
n. the act of falling in love with the wrong person
I heard once you could eat roses,
when I was a kid, but to me
they just tasted like soap.
thin as a starved cat,
my aunt, eating almonds
"for her health."
i love you allen ginsberg
few spokes short of a prayer wheel
port cities are the freest cities
ideas float in like barrels of spice
n. the use of rare or foreign words to appear learned