O.T. O'Neill Poems

O.T. O'Neill Poems

1New Shoes
2What I Did

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New Shoes
New shoes made you sit this one out
No matter how much I wave my arms, rant and shout
We sit and watch in flashing lights
As waist-lines move promising sleepless nights
The drum beats slow as the guitar sighs
Solid hips gyrate wide open tighs
As lips tremble pleasure from each kissed mouth
New shoes forced . . .
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What I Did
Wasted prayers
To redeem my own damned soul
Wasted tears
On the dark mystery of it all

Wasted hate
Battling what could not be fought
Wasted fear
Running away just to get caught

Wasted shame
On things I chose to hide away
Wasted blame
On deeds you pushed my way

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