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I Believe You
S.M. Plottner c1977

You wanted to show me a could be.
You showed me a loaded gun.
You said that once you prophesied.
You showed me you won.

The local crips are tipping buses over
And crushing school kids.
I believe you.

You wanted to pray but said no God exists.
You worshipped at a bar building altars.
You said you suck hope through a swizzle.
Your next Manhatten will make you a star.

The local American Medical Association
Is issuing a new disease.
I believe you.

You wanted to go truth shopping.
You showed me your shopping cart.
You said you found a good deal.
You bought a used artificial heart.

The local village council is codifying
schizophrenia at the shopping mall.
I believe you.

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The boundless playground summer
S.M. Plottner c1991

The boundless playground summer,
a hoard of scent from sun,
The busty babble of bongo drummers
jiggling for peach fun.

And Julie beats for her old man
And Jane for a prince to come
And Jack for her new fiancÚ
A rhythm to-do did-done.

Papaya cream in crescent role
screams a concert of all hope flung,
The hardening nipple of grassy knoll
nudges canyon Kool-Aid tongue.

And Julie twists for her old man
And Jane for a prince to come
And Jack for her new fiancÚ
A rhythm to-do did-done.


Does someone you know deserve flowers?

The Jukebox

  • Funny How Time Slips Away by Willie Nelson
  • He Stopped Loving Her Today by George Jones
  • Who'll Turn Out The Lights? by Ronnie Milsap
  • A Good Year for The Roses by George Jones
  • Born to Lose by Ray Charles
  • On The Other Hand by Randy Travis
  • Softly, I Will Leave You by Frank Sinatra
  • The Days of Wine and Roses by Andy Williams
  • Misty by Johnny Mathis
  • Until The Twelfth of Never by Johnny Mathis
  • Strangers in The Night by Frank Sinatra
  • Help Me Make It Through The Night by Kris Kristofferson
  • Picture by Kid Rock

Time to leave this place now....

Memory Motel - Fourth Floor
Memory Motel - Third Floor
Memory Motel - Second Floor
Memory Motel - First Floor Lobby
I need spiritual help.
I need to get out of this bar because I am an alcoholic.