Take two Tylenol and call me in the morning

I meant what I said

get out of my head.

Run away instead

or you’ll end up dead.

Like trees touching sky

keep your hands held high.

Make a move you die.

How dare you ask why?!?

Birds may fly away,

never will I say

please come back and stay.

That’s just not my way.

You are a disgrace.

Can’t you read my face?

You’ve fallen from grace.

Leave and leave no trace…

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9 responses to “Take two Tylenol and call me in the morning

  1. Intense, beautiful words! Birds may fly away, never will I say, please come back and stay … my favorite line here! Thanks!

  2. Hello, how are you?

    you are invited to join our potluck week 14 at Jingle Poetry : http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/

    Write a poem fitting our week 14 theme (Hobbies, Pastimes, and Entertainment), post it on your own blog, and link in to our potluck after Sunday, 8pm American central time, you are also allowed to link in at most 3 old poems or poems unrelated to our theme. FREE STYLE Commenting!

    Sign in with your yahoo or google email account to FOLLOW Jingle Poetry BLOG, then you know the most updates on what’s going on with us…

    Let me know if you have questions.

    We value your contribution, Hope to see you in. The more you share, the happier we are!

    xoxox

    • Scent, we both know I’m not in the same league as you guys. But I accepted your gracious invitation and reluctantly submitted two poems.
      BTW, you really are awesome, but you’re with blogspot, and I can’t figure out that system very well.

  3. Please consider link in 1 to 3 poems to Jingle Poetry Potluck week 14.
    We are open and will remain open for about 23 hours from now and appreciate your submission today…

    any poems are welcome.

    your talent rocks.
    share your poetry today,
    stay blessed.

    the link is in scent of my heart’s comment above,
    hope to see you become part of our growing community.
    🙂

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