Frozen

(aka hobo tales, aka bad poetry)

  • It´s cold as fuck
  • I have no luck
  • all my shit is frozen
  • Can´t wash my hair
  • as in despair
  • I see my shampoo ´s frozen
  • My breath is bad
  • I´m getting mad
  • My mouthwash is so frozen
  • Can´t feel my feet
  • because indeed
  • my socks are really frozen
  • Stand by my car
  • because so far
  • the damn doors are too frozen
  • Despite cold feet
  • I´d like to eat
  • but all my food is frozen
  • Can´t blow my nose
  • man, this is gross
  • my nostrils too are frozen
  • Cant you believe
  • despite all grief
  • this life is what I´ve chosen
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9 thoughts on “Frozen

  1. Nice job!
    I went to my fave spigot to get some water on Monday evening, planning to boil up some instant noods and…nothing came out of the spigot at all. D’oh! This was after Vancouver’s first snowstorm in years, and the temperature was down at minus 3 degrees Celsius–the pipe was probably frozen.

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