Pi Zine Issue #1 Tidbits
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Train Tracks
by Spooky Girl

I heard the train blow its whistle this morning. Louder than ever before. Loud like it was trying to blow someone off the train tracks. I can imagine the lost wanderer. Tired of haunting the broken-down railway stations. He's done, he thinks of himself. he decidied it a few hours ago when he finally deserted his sack by the side of the tracks. His only firned on the lonely nights for as long as he can remember. He had taken it off a dead man. One day years ago, back when his beard was still trimmed and every city didn't look and smell and feel all exactly alike. Bak then, when life still held some purpose. He remembers those days fondly. He closes his eyes. The last sound. The mighty smoke stack barreling down his back.

The Girl Who Looked Like She Needed Two Boyfriends
By Burnt Paper Girl
Based on a true story

Her hair was bright pink
Her eyes were deep blue
How she liked to think
And make veggie stew

She adored this boy
His name was Andy
He made things from soy
He was real dandy

They were both quite content
Both perfectly fine
Their love - heaven sent
Like strong blood red wine

But then one dark day
Walking to her car
Some boys were at play
They chased her real far

They wanted a kiss
On the hand or lips
She was their princess
With small slender hips

But "No!" she cried out
"I love my Andy!
For he is devout
And tastes like candy."

"That doesn't matter."
One little boy said,
"He is much fatter
And I wish him dead!"

So Annie (our girl)
Drove away real fast
Wishing she could hurl
Some bombs from Belfast

She laughed as she sped
Away from those boys
Her cheeks were quite red
From their kissing ploys

The point of this tale
Is easy to see
Never trust a male
Who is three foot three!

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