Wednesday, September 13, 2017

ANDREW'S POETRY CORNER, EPISODE 2


Hey, fans, sorry I didn't put up a post this Tuesday, and sorry I've been running this website as if I were bipolar. Good news though: I've got a fresh batch of poems for you from the crazed dishwasher/poet ANDREW BEVARD, who you might remember from his poem about having sex with a 400 pound woman. This week, he's taking on haiku:



HOPE IS NOSTALGIA FOR THE FUTURE
I'm a normal man
Regret will be my kingdom
As I get older

EYES WIDE....OPEN?!?!
Her eyes stayed open
The first time we ever kissed
I thought that was weird

BAD BOY
I say to myself
Don't reward yourself with food
You are not a dog


THE END. See you next time on ANDREW'S POETRY CORNER (if his crippling sex addiction doesn't do him in first), and don't forget to tip your dishwashers!! Nobody ever does, so you'll look like a hero.


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