A.J Fleet Poems

A.J Fleet Poems

1Bill
2The Unfortunates

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Bill
I have a fish his name is Bill he has a dream he'd like to kill. I watch him floating in his bowl, his minute brain a pained black hole. At night I wake and feel his stare, he wishes he could breath the air, to carry out his planned attack, a troubled soul, insomniac. . . .
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The Unfortunates
I was born at half past one with eyes a bulging blue. I never got to know my mum she passed at half past two.
There was a church, a burial, followed by eulogy. I came home to condolence cards, new toys and nursery.

I doused the house in turpentine, sealed widows up with tape. Sadly it burnt down to the ground my dad did . . .
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