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Vast Demented Faery Ring
In the field where flowers springMelt into a faery ringEndless dancing, carnal lustQuickly years turn to dustIndian warrior mesmerizedSucked into the faery liesGoblins attack, faery ring goneEating Injun to the dawnUniversal Daisy-chainTraced by a Wizards' caneFaeries enchant delightfullyThere is no place...I'd rather beAll creatures now disappearEnter Albino Antler DeerNothing left of conscious powersThe deer and I eat the flowers
Copyright © 1984 Sean P. Pratt, all rights reserved
The Origin Story: This poem was taken from one of my art pads during my Lost years. I always preferred to have rhymes and meter in my poems. Some poems I do try a bit too hard to make it fit within the poem's theme, but if you read through it and open your mind to the poem, you will see what I imagined, felt, and saw. When this poem was written I was heavily influenced by Jim Morrison and Lewis Carroll.