by Brian McCloskey
A morbid dislike for cleaning fish. I built it for my pig. I love you…I love you…I love you. He chose poorly. The milk was frozen. A look of ecstasy comes over his face at the softness of the bed. It’s certainly got buckets of fire. I wrote a poem on a dog biscuit. I’ve a reason to believe we all will be received. Is it normal for your teeth to make noises? Don’t forget this is all about me. One of them started to lift her breasts in both hands. Lingerie lessons and kissing strategies. Why do voles fall in love? I also like bananas. I saw a beautiful horse grazing with two heads. The thinnest pig eats the finest acorns. I got you in my heart. Missed your kiss. Ants don’t like cucumbers. Love never dies. Get rid of your stupid boyfriend. To stare at nothing is to learn by heart. I find your lack of pants disturbing. But one day he was savagely attacked by two demented children. I’ve seen when my heart wants to scream. We both just saw the same monkey. Someone went and stole my knees. Maybe the housework fairies took him away. You got the instinct of a herring. We don’t believe in walls here.