It's Always Sunny Somewhere

It's Always Sunny Somewhere

A Poem by Elephants & Coyotes

I can't even count 
how many times
the sun has done
its shining thing
without me,

pouring down 
its sunny rain
on my big ol' 
black parade.

there's this weird dynamic
that tends to occur
when my lesser-than-vibrant
fanfare's in town,

with all its subtly pompous
pomply pomp  
blaming it all on
circumstance.

"Let's all gather 'round
this b***h's back
and lick the jelly
right off!" 

(please!)

don't ask what my 
'a little too loose'
head off my neck
is doing

peeking 
wishfully

out from the darkness

rollin' around the p's in my mind

pathetically
snatching at my 
poor, poor 
soul -

a pity party
thrown for
one. 

it's quite funny
really
how often
i forget
how silly black
looks

when it's sunny.

© 2012 Elephants & Coyotes



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