Jenkem Sweat

Jenkem Sweat

A Poem by Jesse Lancaster
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8:52PM 1/29/13

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“you’re cute”
but not enough to stay
warm hands fumble across a cold face
looking out from the back seat,
your streets look the same.
I’m a stray saved from the rain.
woof, “I’m friendly”

Don’t ask to come over
my house is just a facade, cardboard walls 
mom, you said I could be so much more
sad song life support, I’m nothing
just lame, perpetual masturbation
screaming, “I’m friendly”

These pills mixed in with my food
to boost confidence, Dad cut me off
let’s watch my canines hyper-extend
through the roof of my mouth, my jaw is fucked
dream of rain, I caught pneumonia
empty, “I’m friendly”

foaming at the mouth.

© 2013 Jesse Lancaster


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cool poem~ :) i like the verses:
don't ask to come over
my house is just a facade, cardboard walls
i like that the best. :))

Posted 8 Years Ago


Jesse Lancaster

8 Years Ago

Thanks a ton, I actually came up with that verse the second time through. I had some trouble placing.. read more

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Jesse Lancaster
Jesse Lancaster

Manchester, CT



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I'm Jesse Lancaster. No I'm not. I am: 19 And now: @ Uni for my sophomore year. My writing draws heavy influences from the music I listen to, other writers (such as Chuck Palahniuk, John Green a.. more..

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