it's nothing serious, just a simple case of bottles, i left behind
it's nothing serious, just a wooden case of bottles, i left behind
it'll go away someday, well alright
it'll go away somehow, come on do your thing

it's nothing dangerous, just a solid block of concrete, i left behind
it's nothing dangerous, just a solid block of action, i left behind
it'll go away someday, well alright
it'll go away somehow, come on do your thing

peace on earth, god in heaven, peace on earth

living in heat, memory melting in pools of dirt
the genetic plaything is eating what i left behind
it'll go away someday

walking in the streets of pnom penh, giving me dangerous feelings and then
seeing those bottles in motion again, cruising in cocktails

peace on earth, god in heaven, peace on earth


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    General CommentBy Larry Ferlinghetti

    I am waiting for Tom Swift to grow up
    And I am waiting for Alice in Wonderland to retransmit to me
    Her total dream of innocence
    And I am waiting for Aphrodite
    To grow live arms at a final disarmament conference
    In a new rebirth of wonder

    I am waiting for some strains of conversation
    To shake my typewriter
    And I am waiting to write the great indelible poem
    And I am waiting for the last—long careless rapture
    And I am perpetually waiting for the fleeing lovers
    On the Grecian urn to catch each other up
    At last—and embrace
    And I am awaiting perpetually and forever
    A renaissance of wonder
    sillybunnyon September 02, 2006   Link

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