|Man and Boot (standard:poetry, 184 words)|
|Author: Xoqz||Added: Nov 01 2000||Views/Reads: 2124/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A strange poem written while under the influence of....... nothing|
* Because of formatting limitations i have decided to add square brackets to the beginning and end of each stanza. MAN AND BOOT [A man in a suit Fights with a boot Under the bright shiny moon] [Says the man to the boot "Are you a newt?" As the bright moon slowly moves by] [Says the boot to the man "A newt not I am" While the bright moon sets in the sky] [The man then replies "Are you one that can fly?" As the sun comes up in the sky] [The boot then goes blank "You're as thick as a plank" As the sun moves up through the sky] [The man changed faces Grabbed the boot by the laces And shook him as the sun left the sky] [Then out shouts the boot "Hey man I'm a boot" As the bright moon returns to the sky] [The man pulls out a gun "Oh god I'm so dumb" And shoots his head into the sky] [The boot and the man Will fight again on the land When the sun and the moon become one] Tweet
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