Smoking meth with Aaron Paul
Going to the bathroom just
to roam the halls.
Aimless. Fameless. The Life & Times
Wardrobe so old, so old
Every combination I’ve adorned
Wear my father’s shirt
for a change.
I like raccoons, wish I
saw them more often.
A bag of chips and Xbox One
A life without a daughter or son
At this point nothing will be fun
until I do what I believe
must be done
Desire ambiguous. So,
like a child on his toes unable
to reach the Trix on the fridge
so he drags over the chair from the table
Perhaps there’s a chance…
Dumb and Dumber-type chance
Energy drinks made me forget
what water is.
Complaining about being fatherless?
But you don’t know what you missed
Feeling confident like having breath
minty. When you swap spit during
a kiss. Or wake up on test day –
ready to ace.
Adderall-infused study sessions
paved the way
For now, I have nothing more to say…